What I Do
I am an MD/PhD student working in the Bin Zhang Lab at the Mount Sinai Center for Transformative Disease Modeling at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, NY.
My research is on improving our understanding of and developing new therapies for Alzheimer's Disease through bioinformatics data science and systems biology. I am also working to bring precision medicine to nutrition and digestive health through the development of new technologies that bring the benchtop to the home.
Harvard College, Class of 2013, Biomedical Engineering
Knowedge in several languages and technologies
Inventor with 4 patents
What matters to me
In my free time, I like to come up with new ideas to solve existing challenges, and translate them into new inventions, patents, and real-world products.
I think it's important to tackle problems from new angles of attack, and to maneuver your company so that your solutions can gain lift. I have helped many companies achieve their investment goals including 4C Medical, Atia Health, and Demeter so they can get off the runway. Currently, I'm interested in finding and investing in new opportunities in the medical and informatics space, even at the pre-seed/angel stage.
I also have many hobbies and like to ride bikes around the city, mess with electronics, and spend time with close friends and family.
Winner of several hackathons and business competitions
Teaching assistant and tutor in data science