I am interested in the past, present and future impact of genomics on individuals and on society. You can read more on my publications page.
I am pursuing research in bioethics, with a focus on predictive genomics. I am currently a Research Associate at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard. I am working on projects at the intersection of race, genetics and ethics; on the clinical roll out of polygenic scores (as part of the eMERGE IV consortium); and on policy around return of genetic results in research studies.
Previously, I worked in the genomics industry as a computational biologist and product manager. I was with Fabric Genomics (formerly Omicia), a company bridging the gap between sequencing data and actionable clinical reports. And also at the erstwhile Driver Inc, “The cure for cancer treatment”, who sequenced tumor DNA as one part of an effort to match cancer patients to clinical trials. My PhD is in Systems Biology from the University of Oxford.
I blog round-ups of genomics developments at All The Coolest Genomics.