I graduated with a Ph. D in Genetic and Genomics from Program in Biomedical Sciences (PiBS) at Boston University, where I focused on using machine learning and statistical methods to find genetic and lifestyle risk factors of addiction. After graduation, I worked at a small Boston-based startup as a machine learning scientist. Currently, I am a data scientist at Novartis Institute of Biomedical Research, where I help biologists and protein experts predict properties of biologics and make tools to meet their scientific needs.
In my non-research time, I like traveling, playing ping-pong and learning how to golf with my husband.
This is my personal blog, I write down things that interest me.