Assistant Professor of Theoretical Biophysics, University of Tennessee
I am an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, working on theoretical problems in biophysics and soft condensed matter physics.
Before moving to UT, I worked for three years as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania in the Soft Condensed Matter Theory group. I was a graduate student at Harvard University from 2008 to 2014, working under the supervision of David R. Nelson. I received a B. A. in Physics and Mathematics from Kenyon College in 2008.
Sep 20, 2022 06:20 am UTC| Science
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