Regulatory Science Fellow
I am currently a PhRMA Regulatory Science Fellow in Global Regulatory Science and Policy (North America) at Sanofi. My focus is on developing data-driven strategies to inform and support policy positions and to further the field of regulatory science.
I use R a lot, but sometimes I play around with Python. I am also interested in neural networks, machine learning, PKPD modeling and Bayesian statistical methods. In my free time I like to run half and full marathons, study Mandarin Chinese, and make podcasts.
My PhD work work focused on quantifying the neuronal control of airways in lung diseases like asthma or after cigarette smoke exposure. I used a both isolated tissue experimental methods and computational modeling. In my undergraduate work, I studied chemistry, economics, and physics.
"We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard"