I’m a Ph.D. candidate in the Harvard Systems Biology program. I study the regulatory logic underlying early germ layer cell fate choices in Sharad Ramanathan’s lab. Outside of work, I enjoy backpacking, listening to comedy podcasts, and telling stories about the microbiome at cocktail parties.
I recently wrote a book about systems biology for non-scientists. It’s called Systematic: How Systems Biology is Transforming Modern Medicine, and you can pick up a copy at your favorite bookstore.