I recently got my Ph.D. in Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, working with Jeff Leek. I studied genomics, and built tools to help researchers use genomic technologies in personalized medicine applications.
I graduated from Pomona College in 2008, where I double-majored in Mathematics and Molecular Biology. True to my liberal arts upbringing, I’m a passionate teacher. Most notably, I taught an introductory Biostatistics class at the American University of Armenia (and kept a pretty cool travel blog along the way).
In the past I have been better known as Status: Bitchin’, 0.05. Go Terrors!