About Me

After my childhood in Huntingburg, IN and graduating from Southridge High School, I spent my undergraduate years in nearby Bloomington at Indiana University. Immediately thereafter, I flew off to London, where I sought fame and fortune as a graduate student at Imperial College. Although both of the above sadly eluded me, I was not deterred. After pretending to be an mathematician at MIT, working at the intersection of computation and biology, I have now moved on to doing bioinformatics at Harvard Medical School.