I'm a computational researcher from Brigantine, New Jersey. My main interests include machine learning, cryptocurrency, thermodynamics, disease modeling, and molecular simulation. In general, I enjoy building predictive models from real-world data.

I'm currently a scientist at USF's School of Public Health, working with Dr. Edwin Michael. We're building a mathematical model of COVID transmission, which provides forecasts of the trajectory of the pandemic to support local health departments. I received my Ph.D. in chemical and biomolecular engineering from the University of Notre Dame, advised by Dr. Edward Maginn. My research was in the field of computational chemistry, where I conducted computer simulations to predict chemical properties of actinides.

In my spare time, I enjoy making music, writing about sciencey things, and indoor rowing.

Last updated October 26th, 2021.