119 Spadina Ave.
Toronto, Canada M5V2L1
I’m passionate about building at the intersection of life science, physical science, computer science, and data science. To overcome challenging problems in this space requires innovation and collaboration, and to better enable that, I strive to create tools to enable abstraction, accelerate experimentation, and tighten communication. However, I excel most in directing and performing translational applications of new technologies to fields like drug discovery.
Outside of my professional interests, I’m most fascinating by remixing, algorthmic, generative art. I’m a semi-retired turntablist and DJ, but continue to follow electronic music and hip-hop culture as it intersects with new technologies. I enjoy unconventional, indie, and open-world video games. I’m an avid cyclist and occasional disc golfer.
- The role of dimer asymmetry and protomer dynamics in enzyme catalysisScience 2017
- Structural basis for gating pore current in periodic paralysisNature 2018
- Molecular docking with Gaussian boson samplingScience advances 2020