As a physicist and mathematician by training, I am interested in applications of machine learning to biology, microbial biophysics, cellular physiology, and statistical physics. My research has led to a better understanding of how drugs including antibiotics work, how the next generations of drugs can be discovered, how cells are built, and how infectious diseases spread.
I received my Ph.D. in applied physics in 2019 from Harvard University, and A.B./S.M. in mathematics and computer science in 2014 from Harvard College. From 2015 to 2021, I was a resident tutor in Quincy House at Harvard.