About Me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science department at Tufts University. My advisor is Lenore Cowen. In general, my research interests are focused on computational biology. I am still searching for a narrower focus, but I have recently worked on projects involving genetic interaction networks, protein fragment libraries and remote homology detection.

I am a programmer. My current weapons of choice are Python, Go and Haskell. I have worked on many different kinds of projects, from web applications to X11 window managers. More recently, building an X11 window manager with good multi-head, tiling and floating support has been an obsession.