I’m a Ph.D. student and graduate researcher in the Department of Chemistry at MIT. In my current research under Professor Arup Chakraborty, I apply a diverse repertoire of theoretical tools from the physical sciences to study interesting problems in immunology. I have also taught discussion and review sessions for both undergraduate and graduate school chemistry courses.
Before graduate school, I attended the University of Wisconsin—Madison, where I majored in chemistry and computer science while studying the biophysics of proteins and nucleic acids in the research group of Professor Qiang Cui.
I particularly enjoy developing tools and writing programs that help me accomplish my research goals. If you would like a copy of my résumé, or would like to know about any of my projects, please contact me.