I’m experienced in data wrangling, big data, machine learning, clustering, and data visualization. I’m skilled in communicating complex scientific and statistical concepts or results to colleagues and lay audiences via grants, blogging, project summaries or reports, public talks, and research publications.
I was most recently Assistant Director, Program Development and Evaluation at NYU’s Center for K12 STEM Education where I conducted and published quantitative assessments and outcomes evaluations of K-12 teacher PD and student programs.
Before that, I used genomic data to research human evolutionary and migratory history, a.k.a ancestry genomics. I collected saliva samples as a DNA source from over 500 individuals in rural Thailand to create a DNA resource of six ethnic populations. I also conducted research on the evolutionary history of genes involved in alcohol metabolism and substance abuse.
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