My goal is to develop and implement effective teaching and mentoring, in order to make STEM fields both engaging and accessible to students from underrepresented backgrounds.
In my research, I use visualizations and other computational tools to analyze complex single-cell data. These approaches enable me and other biologists to investigate why cancer cells respond differently to drug treatment.
I recently took on a position as lecturer for the Thinking Matters Program at Stanford University. In this role, I will be teaching courses on cryptography, viruses, and cancer from a scientific, ethical, and societal standpoint.
See my CV for more details on my professional career.