I am a master’s student in the Graduate Group in Biostatistics at the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Professor Sandrine Dudoit. My research interests revolve around the development of unsupervised statistical learning methods and their application to datasets generated by high-throughput biological experiments. I also enjoy creating open-source statistical software in R.
MA in Biostatistics, 2018-present
University of California, Berkeley
BSc in Honours Statistics, 2016-2018
The neatmaps R package simplifies the exploratory data analysis of multiple network datasets through a combination of heatmaps and consensus clustering.