I am interested in developing the tools required for precision medicine. At the intersection between medicine and cloud computing, I recently (2013) completed my residency in clinical pathology at UCSF; I am a visiting scholar at the AMPLab in the computer science department at UC Berkeley (UCB); I am working on a new company. In addition to my medical training, I have been developing algorithms for more rapid and accurate cancer sequence analysis and for rapid diagnosis of infectious disease. I have worked with Charles Chiu and Laura van't Veer at UCSF. Currently, I am leading a group at UCB (with David Patterson) employing these techniques combined with machine learning to identify customized, targeted therapeutic regimens for patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) at OHSU (with Brian Druker). I attended UMass Medical School and worked in systems biology at MIT and then UCSD with Trey Ideker under a Howard Hughes Medical Training Fellowship. Prior to that, I completed a biochemistry BSc at McGill University (Montreal).
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