I’m an undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University.
My first experience in research was in Dr. Wenjun Zhang’s lab at UC Berkeley where I studied natural product production of anaerobic bacteria. The research I did there ultimately helped me realize that I wanted to understand biology in a more quantitative manner. Dr. McFarland’s lab’s use of theoretical and experimental techniques to investigate cancer evolution appealed to me because I could learn how to use quantitative methods to better understand biological processes. In the lab, I’m interested in applying computational and mathematical models to research cancer tumor growth and evolution.
Case Western Reserve University