Research interests: Developing and applying computational methods to understand how gene expression influences disease phenotypes.
Research interests: My research focused on the development of a statistical and computational framework to study chromatin spatial organization. The goal is to leverage the complementary nature of genome-wide Hi-C data and single-cell imaging data to generate more robust and high-resolution inference of chromatin conformation and to gain a more complete understanding of cell-type-specific chromatin spatial architecture.
Research interests: Aims to better understand how clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential (CHIP) may contribute to the development of coronary artery disease (CAD). She is currently working on understanding how tissue specific regulatory mechanisms, particularly the spleen, may drive CAD.