Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Office: EH 1860
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I am a graduate student in mathematics at the University of Michigan. I graduated with a B.A. Mathematics from Kalamazoo College before coming to Michigan. As an undergraduate, I participated in the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program and the SMALL REU at Williams College  .
My research (under my advisor, Anna Gilbert) considers mathematical problems in single-cell genomics, as part of the Michigan Center for Single-Cell Genomic Data Analytics. As part of this work, I am co-developing the PicturedRocks Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Analysis Tool.
- MATH 115 — Calculus I (Canvas Homepage for Fall 2018 Students)
- MATH 116 — Calculus II
- Department of Mathematics Outstanding Teaching Award, 2018
Outside math, I enjoy running, cooking, programming, and juggling. These interests are currently pairwise non-simultaneous, but are not necessarily non-simultaneous with math.
Last updated: Sept 2018