- Development of Individualized Whole Genome Mapping pipeline to detect and annotate all variants in an individual's genome.
- Refinement of the clinical avatars stochastic generation model and continued front- and back-end development of Warfain dosing and clinical trial simulation.
- Maintenance of the LPM "clouded" lab environment.
B.A. Mathematics, New York University
My research interests include mathematical modeling of biological systems. I have since expanded to take on roles in large-scale data management and manipulation and system administration of local and virtual machines and clusters.
I joined the LPM in 2008 as an Information Systems intern from Partners Health Care and began preliminary work on the Warfarin clinical avatars web application.
Previously I have held internships in cancer research, system administration for a large software company, and quality assurance testing for a mobile phone voice recognition application.
In my spare time I enjoy movies, music, video games, sports, and polishing stuff.