About me

I am a Senior Data Scientist in the Waldron Lab at the CUNY School of Public Health and a Lead Biostatistician in the Bioconductor project at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

As a member of the Bioconductor core team, my work involves implementing genomic data structures and representations within the R / Bioconductor S4 ecosystem. I am also involved in supporting Bioconductor’s software infrastructure through packages such as BiocManager, BiocCheck, BiocPkgTools, and others.

Working with researchers interested in integrative genomics, I developed MultiAssayExperiment, a widely-used R / Bioconductor package that represents and coordinates multiple ‘omics experiments on a set of samples. For a full list of package projects, see the Packages tab.

At CUNY SPH, I am involved in teaching introductory biostatistics and programming courses to master-level students. These courses in R and SAS provide practical analysis and management experience to highly motivated students.


  • Bioconductor
  • Genomic Software Infrastructure
  • Software Development
  • Reproducible Research


  • MPH in Public Health, 2015

    CUNY Hunter SPH, New York, NY

  • BA in Psychology (minor in French), 2010

    CUNY City College, New York, NY



Lead Biostatistician

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

Jan 2016 – Present Buffalo, NY

Adjunct Lecturer

CUNY School of Public Health

Jan 2016 – Present New York, NY

NYCHANES Data Manager

CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter

Sep 2015 – Dec 2015 New York, NY

Senior Data Scientist

Research Foundation CUNY

Jan 2014 – Present New York, NY

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