About Me


I grew up in a small town in central Pennsylvania call Lock Haven! It’s a quite little place with beautiful views and a great community of awesome people! Lock Haven has a big place in my heart as it’s where I’ve spent most of my time until now. It’s where I met my wife (in high school), then went to college (Lock Haven University), and where I cultivated my love for the outdoors! If you’ve never been check out the map to get a feel for where it’s located!

After completing my degree my wife and I decided to move to Pittsburgh, PA to start our life together and find employment in my field (Biology). After some time I made my way to the University of Pittsburgh, where the Drug Discovery Institute graciously took me in as part of their team as a research technician. It was around this time that I also became interested in statistics and data science, after completing some courses at the Graduate School of Public Health I realized that I really enjoyed coding and learning about computers in general! Now, I’ve begun to teach myself how to code and have started with data science & web development projects! If you’re interested in what I’ve done you should check them out! I’ve been fortunate enough to be apart of some awesome biomedical research which you should also check out on my resume!


Recently published a paper in Nature Scientific Reports titled: Modeling the Effects of the Metastatic Microenvironment on Phenotypes Conferred by Estrogen Receptor Mutations Using a Human Liver Microphysiological System feel free to check that out!