I’m a postdoctoral researcher with over a decade of experience in developing mass spectrometry proteomics methods for studying human disease. I’ve trained at the Broad Institute, the University of Washington, and most recently the University of Pennsylvania. My focus is on developing techniques for quantitative proteomics and in particular I’m interested in the challenges associated with scaling-up quantitative proteomics experiments. Lately, I’ve been working on expanding these techniques to target dynamic systems including protein turnover, epigenetics, and protein interactions.
Outside of research, I am a runner, dog owner, and hiker. Although I completed my first full marathon in 2015, I mostly stick to 5-10k’s with my shelter dog now. I’m most at home in the mountains, especially backpacking. My latest hobby is perfecting my macaron recipe, thanks to the Great British Bake-Off.