- Assistant Professor in ResidenceChaminade University
PhD in computational biology 2016 Carnegie Mellon University – University of Pittsburgh joint program in Computational Biology
MS in statistics 2011 George Washington University
BA in biostatistics 2007 University of Virginia
My research focuses on microbiomes from many different environments. I aim to incorporate all types of microbes, bacteria, fungi, protists, etc, in my analyses. I am particularly interested in ways to analyze the “-omics” data in ways that give more information that which microbes are present. This can take the form of interaction networks, ecological theory models, multi-directional clustering, and more.