Early Career Postdoctoral Researcher
Creating new computational methods to analyze biological data such as DNA, RNA and Protein data related to important health problems such as malaria. I also enjoy sharing my skills by teaching at the University.
In my early days as a researcher (after undergraduate), I discovered I had a strong interest in quantitative methods for understanding complex data such as molecular sequences. My work involves learning exciting statistical and computational methods. It is even more fun because my work is very dynamic in nature. My day to day schedule is not that predictable and that is really motivating.
Playing chess, watching football and reading small books are interesting hobbies that I have. I don’t dislike anything.
I enjoy yoga, reading (mostly non-fictional work) and once in a while I write short stories!