Pursuing PhD in Genetics at the University of Chicago with focus on pharmacogenomics. Undergraduate degree from Princeton University in Microbiology. Interests include bioinformatics for support of pharmacogenomics as well as molecular modeling to affect clinical disease syndromes with a structural basis, such as collagen-based diseases like Ehlers-Danlos and osteogenesis imperfecta. Also interested in modeling the three-dimensional effects of human genetic polymorphisms, particularly those with implications for pharmacogenomics. Informatics effort to construct a comprehensive knowledge base linking genomic, laboratory, and clinical data for the purposes of understanding how variation in human genes is correlated with variation in response to medications. As such, this knowledge base poses problems in both clinical informatics and bioinformatics, at their intersection.