I am a graduate student in the King Lab at the University of Missouri. I like to solve problems by building things. Most of my time is spent developing software to address problems that face biologists, especially in dealing with large genomic datasets. I am committed to building solutions that are adaptable and scalable to any configuration of the problem space.
Previously I studied Molecular Biology at Stetson University where I did research in molecular genetics.
My interests include machine learning, predictive analytics, and high throughput computing.
If it's Friday, I'm probably at DataPhiles.