I am a T32 postdoctoral trainee studying cardiovascular epidemiology at BU School of Medicine.  I recently defended my Ph.D. in Bioinformatics at Boston University. I also have B.S and M.S. degrees in Statistics.
My current research is mentored by Emelia Benjamin, W. Evan Johnson, and Honghuang Lin, and focuses on identifying predictive biomarkers of heightened atrial fibrillation risk using longitudinal genomic, transcriptomic, & metabolomic data.
I contributed to and currently maintain two packages on Bioconductor:
The TBSignatureProfilerAn easy-to-use R package for analysis of RNA-seq data using gene signatures for tuberculosis presence, risk, progression, treatment failure, and other disease states.
MetaScope: A complete R-based 16S, metagenomic, and metatranscriptomic profiling package that can accurately identify the composition of microbes at a strain-level resolution within a sample.
You can see my full list of publications on Google Scholar and ORCiD.
Check out my Curriculum Vitae.
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