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My work broadly seeks to use mathematical and computational techniques to understand large-scale genomic datasets. Specific research directions include genomic data compression and its ramifications for algorithmic speedup, statistical inference applied to population admixture and protein network inference, and phenotype prediction from gene expression and genotype data.
I was an undergraduate student at Caltech, where I studied primarily pure mathematics. I enjoy problem-solving contests in mathematics and computer science and have been active in the USA Math Olympiad Program and the TopCoder community.