- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
- Quantitative and Computational Biology
Rotation advisor: Ned Wingreen
First year rotation
I graduated from Minerva University in 2020 with a B.S. in Computational Sciences. As an undergraduate research assistant, I studied the behavior of cardiac sarcoma using single-cell RNA sequencing and elucidated the differences between tumors at the primary and secondary sites. I joined UCSF in 2020 where I spent two years studying the post-transcriptional and translational regulation of breast and lung cancer, focusing on their capability to evolve and develop drug resistance. At Princeton, I hope to combine computational and experimental methods to study the translation regulation mechanisms in different human diseases. In my free time, I enjoy gardening, reading, running, and traveling.