I'm a computational biologist at 10x genomics working on assay/product development, algorithms development, and engineering for single-cell products.

Prior to joining 10x, I was a NSF graduate research fellow at UW Genome Sciences, working on novel applications of single-cell technologies with Jay Shendure and Cole Trapnell. I was also a computational biology intern and consultant for 10x Genomics during graduate school.

Before graduate school, I worked in Daniel MacArthur's group at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute, predominantly focusing on the identification and annotation of multi-nucleotide variants in ExAC.


Please download my CV (last updated September 2019) to learn more about me and/or get in touch via email.

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Shendure Lab

MacArthur Lab

Other UW GS Projects

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