Welcome to my website! I'm a Ph.D. student in Physics at Harvard University, and am interested in the patterns of molecular diversity caused by selection. For an overview of my research, check out the research page. Or, if you're interested in more details, check out the publications/presentations page, which includes links to each of our publications and several different posters/talks.
Recently, I have become very interested in applications of machine learning to my research. My current research project involves trying to classify populations that have undergone significant amounts of selection in their evolutionary history, as opposed to populations that have undergone population expansion, which can lead to a very similar signal. For information about this project, as well as information about my experience becoming involved in machine learning, check out the machine learning blog.
In addition to research, I'm a huge fan of strategy games, both on the computer and especially board games. I'm an avid pianist and enjoy playing several team sports, including softball and flag football.
Some other random links:
1. Although it is a bit dated now, this is a website I made for High School Biology students interested in learning more about population genetics.
2. The recording isn't great, but here's a quick example of a song I wrote.