Spending time with family, international travel and making music.
What do you like about working at UW Medicine?
Researchers at UW conduct world-class research, are smart and creative, and have very diverse areas of expertise. There is always something new to learn from collaborating with colleagues here and doing so pushes me to stretch thinking to tackle new problems in innovative ways.
What are your favorite things about living in the Seattle area?
Seattle is beautiful with great weather, and offers a great balance or city life with spending time in the outdoors.
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Seattle, WA 98195
My research uses quantitative methods to evaluate the role of inter-person variation in human genomic and virus genetic factors in susceptibility to HIV-1 and other infections. I am particularly interested in developing novel approaches for using bioinformatics approaches to integrate analyses of epidemiologic datasets with multiple large biological datasets, including transciptomic and proteomic data.