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A software engineer by trade and a geneticist by inclination. I got started in biology by doing protein folding simulations at the Herzfeld Group at Brandeis University.

Now I've moved to bioinformatics. My goal is to use the data available from recent large-scale expression assays (ChIP-seq and RNAse-seq, from recent efforts of ENCODE consortium members), to create a predictive model of RNA expression and translation in differentiated human cell tissue.

I love talking about this stuff so ask me about it if that sounds interesting to you. I am actually looking for a few keen adventurers to found a company with.