I research health effects from small molecules, mainly using computational and predictive modeling. To support all kinds of data-driven research, I host ScrubChem.org which is the largest digital curation of bioactivity data for 1.2M public bioassays, 2.3M chemicals, and over 1.5B records of data. This resource enhances drug discovery and toxicology research across many institutions: government, academic, and industry. My other interests include: computational and experimental toxicology, metabolic pathway prediction, structure-based drug discovery, and structural bioinformatics.
- Sept 2014 - Began a Visiting Research Scholar position at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Tropsha Lab.
- Sept 2014 - Began an ORISE Postdoc Fellowship at the US EPA's National Center for Computational Toxicology in Research Triangle Park, NC
- Aug 2014 - Graduated!