I’m an Associate in VID at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch) in Seattle. I received a PhD in physics at Dartmouth College and was trained in infectious diseases by Dr Josh Schiffer. My work now focuses on viral and immune system modeling, including evolutionary dynamics and is particularly directed at developing rational interventions for HIV cure.

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

  • I am actively looking for a tenure-track position. If you find my research interesting, please notify me of any openings at your institute.
  • My research is funded by a postdoctoral fellowship from the Washington Research Foundation (WRF) and a center for AIDS research (CFAR) new investigator award.
  • I’m proud to support the efforts of Hutch United, a grassroots organization devoted to fostering a supportive and inclusive community at Fred Hutch.
HIV evolution and population dynamics!