I'm a graduate student and NSF graduate research fellow based in Seattle at UW Genome Sciences. I work on novel applications of single-cell technologies in Jay Shendure's Lab.
I've also been a computational biology intern and consultant for 10X Genomics. Prior to coming to UW, I worked in Daniel MacArthur's group at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute.
Please download my CV (last updated May 2018) to learn more about me and/or get in touch via email.
1st Author; Cell 2018Cusanovich and Hill, et al.; A Single-Cell Atlas of In Vivo Mammalian Chromatin Accessibility.
2nd Author; bioRxiv 2018Gasperini, et al.; crisprQTL mapping as a genome-wide association framework for cellular genetic screens.
1st Author; Nature Methods 2018Hill and McFaline-Figueroa, et al.; On the design of CRISPR-based single-cell molecular screens
2nd Author; Nature Methods 2017Qiu, et al.; Single-cell mRNA quantification and differential analysis with Census
3rd Author; Cell 2016Snyder and Kircher, et al.; Cell-free DNA Comprises an In Vivo Nucleosome Footprint that Informs Its Tissues-Of-Origin