I am a statistician with strong programming skills in R, Perl and shell, and a formal training in Computational Biology. I work at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as a Biostatistician and dabble in Cancer Genomics. A typical day involves coming up with simple yet compelling data analysis to answer critical biological questions.
The right hemisphere of my brain is into ceramics, painting and DIY crafts. I also co-host a podcast on Computational Biology called Computationally Yours!
MS Biostatistics, 2017
MS Computational Biology, 2010
Carnegie Mellon University
B.Tech Biotechnology, 2008