I received a B.S. in Physics with a minor in Biological Sciences at Stanford. As an undergraduate researcher, I worked in the labs of Profs. Dan Herschlag, Upinder Singh, and Steven Block. I then did my Ph.D. research in Biophysics at UC Berkeley with Prof. Daniel Fletcher, studying how mechanical forces affect branch nucleation in actin networks. During graduate school, I also attended the Woods Hole Marine Biology Lab Physiology Course and designed and taught a course on quantitative image analysis for biologists. I am currently a postdoctoral scholar in the lab of Prof. William Greenleaf, where I study chromatin structure at multiple length scale using existing and novel epigenomic assays.
Doctor of Philosophy, University of California Berkeley (2012)
Bachelor of Science, Stanford University, PHYS-BSH (2004)
Bachelor of Science, Stanford University, BIOL-MIN (2004)
William Greenleaf, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor