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I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Statistics at University of Washington, advised by Sharon R. Browning in our sister Department of Biostatistics. I develop statistical methods that make use of genomic and health data to study evolutionary processes. I interned and collaborated with Los Alamos National Laboratory and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research. I also have ongoing collaboration with UW Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. My work is supported by an NDSEG Fellowship and an NIH T32 Predoctoral Traineeship in Statistical Genetics. I have BS in Mathematics (UOregon) and MS in Statistics (UW). In free time, I like to play soccer, run, learn figure skating, and read science fiction.