I have been extremely lucky to work in many different realms, including as a Journalist at the New York Times, data scientist at the Johns Hopkins Data Science Lab and Dealer.com in Vermont, and “data artist in residence” at startup Conduce in California.
Currently, I am a PhD candidate in biostatistics at Vanderbilt University. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont where I majored in mathematics and statistics and minored in computer science.
My research focuses on unsupervized and semi-supervized methods for exploring large omics datasets, with a heavy focus on visualization.
Data Visualization Best Practices in R