Hi, it’s nice to meet you!
I am a Data and Visualization Librarian in Data Services at Johns Hopkins University. I love the statistical programming language R, cycling, and sprawling used bookstores with ornery owners.
I studied computational topology at Tulane, exploring the importance of cancer morphology in diagnosis and prognosis, finishing my Ph.D. in 2020. During my Ph.D. I cofounded an automated digital pathology company, Instapath. I developed educational materials and taught workshops for the Tulane Library, as well as becoming a certified Software Carpentries instructor, before moving into libraries full time. I am open to new projects and collaborations, and you can find me on Mastodon and GitHub.
I live in DC with my partner and dog Chewie - named for the New Orleans Mardi Gras walking parade Chewbacchus.
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