I grew up in a few different cities, but mostly in Vancouver, BC. When I’m not seeing patients or keeping up with the scientific literature, you’ll find me tinkering with graphic design, playing music, biking around the city, listening to podcasts, shooting photos, and many more things I feel obligated to do as a west coast millenial.
Resident doctor at the University of Toronto, specializing in Radiation Oncology.
I love health, and I love data. So I especially love studying how we can use data to improve health. I’m basically a gene hacker - I use data science to uncover new knowledge about the human cancer genome.
My PhD research happened at the Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre. I investigated how cancers (fail to) repair their DNA, and how that could improve cancer treatment.
My goals, gratitudes, and thoughts on graduating in a global pandemic.
Methods I use to keep on top of the scientific literature
What better way to cap off 11 years at UBC?