Since Fall 2021, I am a William W. Elliott Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Duke University, where I am working with Veronica Ciocanel. My field of research is mathematical biology, and I am primarily interested in simulating, modeling, and analyzing aggregation and polymerization processes in cellular physiology. My research interests include dynamical systems, mathematical modeling, and stochastic processes.

Prior to Duke, I completed my Ph.D. in mathematics in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Utah under the supervision of Aaron L. Fogelson.

Outside of mathematics, I enjoy disc golf, hiking, baking, traveling, and playing/directing handbells.

#### Upcoming Activities

January 2023, Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston MA

February 2023, Brandeis University Math Biology Seminar (virtual)

March 2023, Sex Differences in Physiology: Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, Banff International Research Station, Banff AB

April 2023, AMS Spring Central Sectional Meeting, Cincinnati OH

May 2023, SIAM Dynamical Systems 2023, Portland OR

#### Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2021, University of Utah

B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, December 2012, Boise State University