Our research interests are in three interconnected areas: 1) Quantitative and computational biology of metabolism. 2) The role of diet and pharmacological therapeutics in shaping metabolic pathways in health and cancer. 3) The interaction of metabolism and epigenetics. Each of these synergistic areas utilizes the metabolomics technologies we develop along with our expertise in computational and molecular biology.
Current Appointments & Affiliations
Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology · 2018 - Present Pharmacology & Cancer Biology, Basic Science Departments
Member of Duke Molecular Physiology Institute · 2013 - Present Duke Molecular Physiology Institute, Duke Molecular Physiology Institute
Education, Training & Certifications
Massachusetts Institute of Technology · 2008 Ph.D.
Rutgers University New Brunswick · 2003 B.A.