- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
I completed my B.S. at the University of Pittsburgh in Bioengineering with minors in Math and Chemistry. As an undergraduate my research focused on simulating the cell and tissue mechanics of developing Xenopus Laevis using vertex models and dynamic finite element analysis. I hope to continue researching the impact of mechanics in biological systems. I also enjoy watching movies, cycling, and playing the piano.