I am a biophysicist / applied mathematician / theoretical biologist. My research interests continue to fluctuate wildly, but have equilibrated to some region around (bio)mechanics.

You can usually find me in the Oxford Department of Physics as part of Richard Berry's Molecular Motors Group or at the Rockefeller Center for Theoretical Studies.

I'm very fortunate to be supported by the James S. McDonnell Foundation (at Rockefeller), and graciously hosted as a Fellow of All Souls College, University of Oxford.

In 2017, I received my PhD under George Oster from the Biophysics Graduate Group and the Center for Computational Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. Before that, I received my bachelors in mathematics and biology from New York University.


Where I am now: Oxford






News:


14 June 2018: Lisa Lodwick and I will speak at the Open Access Oxford Social Sciences Event.

24 April-12 June 2018: This Trinity Term, I am organizing (joint with Lisa Lodwick) a seminar on Reproducibility and Open Research at All Souls! [Update: We have a term card! It is here.]

12 April 2018: I will speak at the Widely Applied Math (WAM!) Seminar at Harvard.

27-30 March 2018: I will attend the Postdocs in Complexity Conference at the Santa Fe Institute.



See older news here.