I am a computational biologist working on integrative analysis of genetic, biochemical and clinical data in children with rare diseases. Most recently as a researcher at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco, I explored the role for genomic data in population-scale screening of newborns with rare metabolic disorders. Previously, I obtained my PhD in Chemistry at the University of Chicago where I developed algorithms for ab initio prediction of protein folding pathways and tertiary structure from the amino acid sequence. My primary research interest is to uncover the molecular basis of human disease through novel algorithmic and computational approaches.