I’m an Associate in VIDD at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch) in Seattle working with Dr. Josh Schiffer. I received a PhD in physics at Dartmouth College, focusing on stochastic dynamics of magnetic nanoparticles. I now work on viral and immune system modeling, particularly directed at HIV cure.

You can always find my updated publications here: Google scholar.

  • I’m proud to support the efforts of Hutch United, a grassroots organization devoted to fostering a supportive and inclusive community at Fred Hutch.
  • My research is funded by a postdoctoral fellowship from the Washington Research Foundation (WRF). See the other fantastic fellows here: WRFpostdocs.
  • I recently was awarded the center for AIDS research (CFAR) new investigator award to fund a collaborative project with colleagues at UCSF. Check out all the outstanding projects: CFAR2018.
HIV evolution and population dynamics!