Updated September 25, 2014

In 2013, I joined the math/stat department at CU-Denver. In 2011, I earned my PhD in Biostatistics from Boston University and then moved to Cambridge, England for a post-doctoral fellowship in statistical genetics at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute on the UK10K project. Throughout my career I have been fortunate to work on interesting topics and applications (Huntington Disease, Obesity, next-gen sequencing, gene expression, GWAS, mouse studies, human brain studies, etc.), with many great organizations (Framingham Heart Study, the UK10K consortium, etc.), and several talented researchers (at Boston University, the Sanger Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital among others). I look forward to continuing these collaborations as well as building new collaborations with researchers across the Denver, Anschutz, and Boulder campuses. My interests include statistical genetics, microbiome, large data and rare occurrences, public health, bioinformatics, and, perhaps surprisingly from my previous description, economics. Please see my CV for more information.