I am a postdoctoral researcher with Professor Rafael Irizarry in the Department of Data Science at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I earned my PhD in Biostatistics with a Designated Emphasis in Computational Biology from the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Professor Sandrine Dudoit.

My research interests include the development and evaluation of computational methods for high-dimensional genomic data. Much of my work has focused on applications in single-cell RNA sequencing, particularly for the analysis of continuous differentiation trajectories. I am also interested in multi-omics integration, the problem of combining and leveraging information from disparate genomic assays in the same experiment. I also have experience working with data on chromatin structure (ATAC-seq), DNA methylation (WGBS), mass cytometry (CyTOF), and immune repertoire (TCR-seq).


  • PhD in Biostatistics with Designated Emphasis in Computational Biology, 2018

    University of California, Berkeley

  • MA in Biostatistics, 2014

    University of California, Berkeley

  • BS in Mathematics, 2012

    University of Chicago