I’m currently working on wearable human-computer interfaces at FANTM, a company I cofounded in Madison in 2020.

I completed my PhD in the Computer Sciences department at UW-Madison in 2015, doing research in Machine Learning with Jude Shavlik, David Page, and Elizabeth Burnside. My work focused primarily on breast cancer prediction applications related to overdiagnosis, estimation of individualized treatment effects, and precision medicine in general.

After grad school, I worked as a postdoc in Regenerative Biology with Jamie Thomson and Ron Stewart at the Morgridge Institute to build models from genetic expression data that can predict when compounds are toxic to developing neural tissues, along with a lot of work around text mining for drug repurposing and cell reprogramming.