|January 2017 - January 2018||Research Assistant, University of Central Florida ‐ Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems|
|2016 - 2016||National Science Foundation I-Corps Grant|
|Role: Co-entrepreneurial Lead|
|Colleague(s): Rebecca Elsishans|
|June 2015 - Present||Biotechnology B.S. and B.S Biomedical Sciences, University of Central Florida ‐ College of Medicine|
Research Works (3)
Genes4Vaccines: A computational model that utilizes comparative genetics to identify DNA & protein sequences for novel vaccines (2019)
With the lack of efficient treatment for many devastating infections, the emergence of multidrug resistant bacteria, and the great promise for innovative vaccine design and research with genomics, vaccine research and development is experiencing a ...
An agent-based model to study the effects of epidemiological factors on three common Influenza strains’ virulence (2017)
Influenza is a virus that has caused harm at a devastating level worldwide. The biotechnology industry spends billions of dollars researching and developing new vaccines for Influenza every year due to the abrupt antigenic shifts ...