I’m building a data science team at Talus Bio, where we develop drugs to target previously untargetable gene regulatory proteins. My team and I develop AI-enabled software to analyze mass spectrometry data and maximize what we can learn from it.
Previously, I was a postdoc in Bill Noble’s lab in the University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences. I received my PhD from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, under the direction of Dudley Strickland and David Goodlett.
Outside of science I enjoy good coffee, hiking, playing banjo, and riding my fixie around Seattle. I also serve as an amateur audio engineer at our church, Cross & Crown.
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