I have been a Data Science Content Developer at DataCamp since June 2018.

Before that, I attended Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and graduated in May 2018 with a Master of Public Health, concentrating in Biostatistics and Epidemiology.

During my program at JHSPH, I was an Intern at the Lieber Institute for Brain Development, and a member of Andrew Jaffe’s lab, advised by Leonardo Collado-Torres. I am also a member of and contributor to LIBD Rstats Club.

Prior to the MPH program, I was a Research Analyst in David Montefiori’s lab, the Laboratory for AIDS Vaccine Research and Development at Duke University Medical Center, Department of Surgery from 2012 to 2017. I graduated from Boston University in 2012, with a BA in Neuroscience.


  • R programming
  • Biostatistics
  • Clinical Research

JHSPH 2017-2018



  • MPH Capstone Presentation “Applying Statistical Correction for Brain Tissue RNA Degradation to Gene Expression Differences in Schizophrenia” (May 4, 2018) slides.
  • Presented “Postmortem Human Brain RNA-seq Analyses with Public and Private Data” at Delta Omega Poster Competition at JHPSH PDF (February 28, 2018).
  • Presented “Expression Profiles in GTEx Data” at the Leekgroup meeting (February 19, 2018) slides.