I am a Ph.D. graduate student in the Wolynes group, a theoretical and computational biophysics research group at the Rice University CTBP. I graduated with a B.S. in Physics, with minors in biology and mathematics, from Texas Christian University in 2017. I also have an M.S. in Applied Physics from Rice University, under my thesis advisor Professor Peter Wolynes. I am interested in using theoretical models and computational techniques to better understand how evolution has optimized protein function and design, and to use evolutionary information to better refine protein structure predictions. 

Research Areas

Theory and Computation


M.S., Applied Physics, Rice University

B.S., Physics, Texas Christian University

Societies & Organizations

President, Rice WikiWomen

President, Rice Women in Physics (WiP)


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