I'm currently a software engineer at GRAIL . There, I work on writing infrastructure software to support tidy data practices in GRAIL’s breakthrough genomics research.
I am doing this by building pipelines to automate the generation of reproducible, adaptable, and compliant clinical data sets for downstream analysis, as well as creating tools to monitor these pipelines. My team's main goal is to aggregate data from across the company to improve analysis workflows. I've worked on a variety of data-related projects, from building an ETL pipeline in Go; building an API server on AWS using ECS, docker, and terraform; and automating clinical data derivations by building a parallelized runner for modularized R functions.
I graduated cum laude from Tufts University, where I studied Biomedical Engineering and minored in Computer Science. My senior year, I worked as an undergraduate researcher at the Broad Insititue of MIT and Harvard where I developed RNA-Seq analysis workflows as part of my senior design project.
Prior to this, I worked as a software engineer at Illumina on the BaseSpace team developing an AWS-based microservice.
When I am not busy with work, I am busy playing with my two dogs Zero & Lucy . I also love to run, and ran in high school and college. Now I mostly just run for fun with Lucy! Catch me on the weekends in the summertime camping around the west coast, and in the wintertime hitting the slopes at Tahoe and beyond.