I am a mathematician interested in developing novel graph-theoretic approaches to biochemical reaction networks and exploring the geometry and topology of multi-scale biological systems.

I am a Van Loo Independent Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, co-hosted by the Michigan Center for Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics and the Center for the Study of Complex Systems. I completed my PhD in March 2024 in Systems Biology at Harvard University advised by Jeremy Gunawardena. My doctoral work explores graph-theoretic models of biochemical reaction networks, primarily using the linear framework. The mathematical background in graph theory and stochastic processes I cultivated during my PhD has allowed me to investigate open problems across disciplines, ranging from non-equilibrium thermodynamics to molecular information processing. I also have done work in chemical reaction network theory with Polly Yu on disguised toric systems, which is published in SIAM Journal of Dynamical Systems. Previously, I graduated from Middlebury College in 2018 with a B.A. in Mathematics and Biochemistry.

This theme was adapted from Anastasia Lyulina.