Research interests include merging computational and experimental methods to investigate the genetic background behind diseases like cancer, and better understand the genome to make personalized treatment options available to patients.
Research interests include functional consequences of somatic mutations and epigenetic variants and developing cell culture models of disease, specifically in endometriosis. When not in lab, I'm in lab.
Research interests include the genetic and molecular basis of complex traits and diseases, as well normal human biological function and applying this understanding to causal models and therapeutic approaches
Research interests include studying human genetic diseases using gene editing techniques, such as CRISPR-Cas9, and single cell RNA-seq. On a broader scale, I am interested in researching the composition, function, and regulation of the genome.
My research interests include the evolution and ecology of human-associated bacteria and viruses. In my work, I aim to develop statistical methods to better understand how microbial communities constitute themselves and change in response to selective pressures, particularly in the context of human health and disease. Outside of the lab, you can find me tackling a new recipe, reading a book (for my book club or otherwise), or getting heated over a chess game.