Welcome to my personal website.
I am currently a research scientist at Autodesk Research (San Francisco) working on a Synthetic Biology project. I keep a blog of ideas, where you can find some ideas that I have for collaborative research and education as well as some of my other ideas related to cancer, modularity, and evolution.
Post-doctoral training at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, Texas)
Research focus: lambda phage infection mechanism
PhD in Bioengineering from Univ. Washington, Seattle
Dissertation work: www.tinkercell.com
The software tool, TinkerCell, reflects my interest in collaborative research and education.
M.S. in Bioinformatics from Univ. Texas El Paso
B.S. in Computer Science from Univ. Texas Austin
* Design patterns in biology
* Collaborative research and education
* Open science
* Synthetic biology