Welcome to my website!

I recently completed my Ph.D. in the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB) program at UNC-CH. I conduct research under the direction of my advisor, Doug Phanstiel, Ph.D., where I investigate how DNA loops regulate gene transcription in human development and disease. As a bioinfomatics scientist, I use my knowledge of statistics, computer science, and biology to develop software to better analyze, visualize, and understand genomic data.

I have worked on a variety of diverse and interesting projects including 1) how changes in DNA organization lead to a deadly form of acute myeloid leukemia, 2) how genetic variants can impact osteoarthritis genes via DNA looping, and 3) building software packages for visualizing genomic data in R. For more information about my work check out my github, publications, and resume.


Check out some of my recent publications.


Software development projects in the works.


Click to view or download my resume.