My name is Nathan. I was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. I've lived in the midwest for almost the entirety of my life. I did my undergrad at Purdue University where I studied biological engineering. At Purdue, I worked for 4 years in the lab of Dr. Mathew Tantama designing genetically encoded optical sensors to study redox dynamics inside of live cells for use in neurodegenerative imaging studies. After graduation, I went on to work for the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI) as a research associate supporting many of the molecular biology workflows for antibody design and discovery. Presently, I work as a graduate research assistant at the University of Virginia under Dr. Nathan Sheffield. We are developing software to answer biological questions in cancer, epigenetics, development, and genomics. Outside of work I love to work out, play guitar, and hang out with my cat Karen. I'm also always working on small personal hobby projects. Feel free to check those out below!
I am always working on personal projects outside of school and work. I love web programming and working with the Spotify API most of all. See below for some the latest projects that I have been working on: