Hi! I’m pursuing a PhD in bioinformatics and computational medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School. My academic interests include immunology, mathematical modeling, data analysis and visualization, and infectious diseases such as tuberculosis. Below, you can view my research works in-depth. Thanks for visiting my website and generally taking the time to learn more about me!
- Sept 2020: Methods paper about calibrating complex computational models accepted!
- May 2020: Co-first author paper about modeling and tracking granuloma dissemination within the lung of non-human primates was published at PLoS Computational Biology
- April 2020: Submitted, as first author, a methods paper about calibrating complex computational models.
- April 2020: Co-first author of book chapter about classifying in silico and in vivo granuloma images accepted for publication.
- March 2020: Awarded a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship which supports the final year of research and tuition costs for “outstanding doctoral candidates working on dissertations that are unusually creative, ambitious and impactful.”
- March 2020: Presented virtual poster at virtual 13th Multiscale Modeling (MSM) Consortium Meeting: “Amplifying Impact by Nurturing Diversity”
- January 2020: Presented a poster at the Keystone Symposia Global Health Series on Tuberculosis:Immunity and Immune Evasion in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- November 2019: Awarded a stipend from the Microbiology and Immunology Department at the University of Michigan to fund travel, housing, and research collaboration with the South African Tuberculosis Initiative (SATVI)