My interests involve applying innovative design and workflow automation to the field of software development.
I received a B.S. in Biology and Biotechnology from Endicott College and joined JAX shortly after in 2014 as part of the Transgenic Genotyping Services group. My primary role within this group was as part of the Process Improvement Team focusing on laboratory automation. When I joined the group I began developing automated pipelines for data-analysis and workflow management. This work grew into larger automation projects where I utilized liquid handling robotics to develop platforms for high-throughput genotyping.
Recently I've joined the Computational Sciences department as an Associate Scientific Software Engineer where I will be working on the Clinical Knowledge Base (CKB). In this new role I hope to leverage my passion for learning new technologies, as well as a focus on innovative design, to contribute to the growth and mission of JAX.