I am a bioinformatics analysis with experience across the gambit of modern next-generation sequencing technologies. The growth of transcriptomics and explosion of single cell sequencing modalities has enabled basic and clinical scientists to ask very intriguing questions, but design, analysis, and subsequent interpretation of single cell experiments is an ongoing challenge. In my current role, I offer consulting services to provide rapid and accurate analysis of sequencing results. I work collaboratively with researchers to understand their biological questions and work directly with them from raw data to publication.
PhD in Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, 2022
BSc in Chemistry, 2016
Wake Forest University