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I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Cell Dynamics at the University of Washington Friday Harbor Labs.
My research is to reconstruct biological networks in silico to investigate the emergent behavior of these networks. The specific areas I work on are cell cycle regulation and evolution of genetic networks.
- Ph.D. Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington, 2002. Advisor: Fred Rieke
- B.S. Physics, University of California Santa Barbara, 1996
- Fall quarter 2006: Instructor, Research apprenticeship in Computational Modeling of Biological Networks. University of Washington Friday Harbor Labs
- Summer quarter 2004: Lecturer, Biology 200 at University of Washington
- Fall 2003-Spring 2004: Lab Coordinator, Biology 200 at University of Washington
- 2002: Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics/Biophysics at Saint Lawrence University. Created and taught a set of new biophysics courses.
- 2000: Instructor, Physics of Biological Vision (Phys 428) University of Washington
- 1999: Instructor, Introduction to Biophysics (Phys 428) University of Washington