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Welcome!During 2017-2021, I am a resident physician in the combined program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital. Since I do not have a lot of free time, this may be a bit outdated at times.
My graduate and post doctoral research focused on understanding and predicting the evolution of viral proteins, on protein molecular evolution, and on protein structural biology. Broadly, I am interested in infectious diseases; I enjoy the process of applying mathematical modeling and statistical learning to diverse problems. In particular, I am interested in using diverse data sources to understand infectious diseases and how they interact with populations.
I also love learning and teaching biostatistics and data science. I like finding places where existing data or methods can be applied to ambiguous clinical reasoning. I also like exploring data visualization, using new presentation tools, and developing web applications to make information more useful to non-experts.
Although I was an experimental biologist in the past, these days my work is entirely computational/analytical. Please no more advertisements offering to make antibodies.
To find out about the projects I have worked on, visit the research page. Also, to find slide decks that I have used or web applications I have built see my extras page.
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