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I am a biostatistics PhD student at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I work with Cristian Tomasetti to develop statistical methods for the early detection of cancer, modeling of carcinogenesis, and risk prediction. I received my bachelor’s in math and statistics from the University of Chicago.

In my free time, I blog about a range of topics related to statistics, computing, and PhD life. I also read fairly regularly and play music in the Hopkins Orchestra and the Hopkins Bloombachs.