- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
I majored in Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics at Grinnell College. Before coming to Princeton, I worked with Professor Matthew Stephens on sparse regression with applications in fine mapping, and with Professor Mengjie Chen on variational inference for stochastic processes at the University of Chicago. My current research interest is developing statistical and computational methods for genetic association studies. Outside the research, I am a slow runner, a rational tennis fan, and an amateur harp player.