Evanston, IL 60208
I am a computational biophysicist interested in how collective molecular behavior yields complex biological phenomena.
I attained a Physics Ph.D. at University of Chicago in 2018 (advisor: Aaron Dinner) studying cytokseletal networks and am currently a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University working with Madhav Mani to understand the dynamics of embryonic and tissue development.
I aim to lead a research group that uses physics, math, and computation to solve problems that are fundamental to basic biology and critical for public health.
Here’s a recent talk I gave at the APS March Meeting!
Revealing cell-fate bifurcations from transcriptomic trajectories of hematopoiesisbioRxiv 2021
A versatile framework for simulating the dynamic mechanical structure of cytoskeletal networksBiophysical journal 2017