About me

I'm a combined DVM/PhD candidate in the Gröhn lab at Cornell University. My PhD focus is in population medicine and epidemiology with minors in applied statistics and genomics. I'm interested in blending computational genomics and epidemiological methods to understand infectious disease population dynamics.

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Research interests and philosophy

One health solutions focused on ecological health
Evolution of antimicrobial resistance in comparative systems
Computational methods development for molecular epidemiology


Modeling Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis progression
Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex pangenome evolution
Using deep learning to understand outbreak dynamics

Other projects

E.coli host adaptation in dogs and humans
Summarizing career trends of DVM-PhD program graduates
Changes in US endangererd species classificatiion

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