Hi, I’m Will.

I’m a computational biologist working as a postdoctoral fellow in Bill Noble’s lab in the University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences. My research primarily focuses on employing machine learning to make sense of mass spectrometry data (including, but not limited to proteomics). I received my PhD in 2018 from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, under the direction of Dudley Strickland and David Goodlett.

Outside of science I enjoy good coffee, being outside, playing banjo, and riding my fixed-gear around town.

Want to get in touch? Reach me at one of the social platforms below or shoot me an email at wfoIndriedon’t@wantuspam!wSo.pleaseeleavedmeualone robots.

About This Site.

The posts here are an eclectic mix of things related to my research and hobbies. You’ll likely find a mix of tutorials, paper highlights, and observations about proteomics, mass spectrometery, data science, and machine learning. All opinions and views expressed on this site are my own and do not represent the views of my employer.

This site was made using the blogdown R package. It’s powered by Hugo and uses the Recluse theme (which is a minor edit of the Hermit theme).