I am a principal scientist at Vertex Pharmaceuticals, where I work on computational drug design in the Data and Computational Sciences group.
At Vertex, I use a combination of physics-based simulations, cheminformatics, machine learning, and quantum mechanics to help design drugs. I also spend some time on patent analysis, making interactive dashboards, visualizations of chemical space, and writing code.
I was a postdoctoral fellow with Mike Gilson, at UCSD, and the Open Force Field Initiative, where I worked on nonequilibrium statistical mechanics of protein dynamics, computational methods for assessing small molecule binding free energies, and force field development. Before that, I earned a Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Biophysics at Penn, where I was advised by Paul Janmey and Ravi Radhakrishnan. I completed an undergraduate degree in Physics at Kenyon College.
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