I am a postdoctoral researcher in Roland Schwarz’s group at the Institute for Computational Cancer Biology at the University of Cologne. I am an applied mathematician by training and use computational and mathematical methods to investigate cancer evolution. My research interests include cancer evolution, stochastic processes, and simulations of carcinogenesis.
- PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, 2022, advisor: Ivana Bozic.
- MS in Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, 2018
- BS in Applied Mathematics and Statistics & Molecular and Cellular Biology, Johns Hopkins University, 2016
- Joined Roland Schwarz’s group as a postdoc! (June 2023)
- My first-author review paper on clonal interactions in cancer with Kamran Kaveh and Ivana Bozic published in Seminars in Cancer Biology! (Apr 2023)
- Defended my PhD! (Dec 2022)
- Featured cover artwork for issue 236 of “This Week in Mathematical Oncology” newsletter (Dec 2022)
- My first-author paper on inferring parameters of cancer evolution in chronic lymphocytic leukemia published in PLoS Computational Biology! (Nov 2022)
- Received the Mathematical Oncology Poster Prize at the Society for Mathematical Biology 2021 Annual Meeting (June 2021) [tweet]
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