This is a course that I created back in 2014 (that continues to run, typically in the Fall and Spring) to introduce students to Mathematica, Matlab, and LaTeX. In the future, I will be incorporating modules on Python and/or Julia.
I am a mathematical biologist interested in developing mathematically sound approaches to the analysis of high-throughput DNA sequencing data. To do this, I utilize and develop techniques from the fields of probability, compressed sensing, and optimization. I am particularly interested in developing methods to analyze genomic and metagenomic data.
Use the quick links to the right to access information such as my CV, or the links at the top of the page to access a list of publications, my Github repository, etc.
This is a course that I created back in 2014 (that continues to run, typically in the Fall and Spring) to introduce students to Mathematica, Matlab, and LaTeX. In the future, I will be incorporating modules on Python and/or Julia.
I'm pleased to announce that we've recently been funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) along with Steve Ramsey (Oregon State).