I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. I finished my Ph.D. in Mathematics (Probability) at the University of Wisconsin, Madison under the supervision of Thomas G. Kurtz with my dissertation on "Multiple scaling methods in chemical reaction networks." I was a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities during 2008-2011 and in the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at the Ohio State University during 2011-2013. My research interest is stochastic modeling, analysis, and simulation of biological systems, in particular, biochemical networks. The other interest is modeling of cancer signaling pathways.

- Robustness and period sensitivity analysis of minimal models for biochemical oscillators (with Angelica Caicedo Casso, Christian Hong, and Sookkyung Lim), accepted.
- A stochastic model of the melanopsin phototransduction cascade (with R. Lane Brown, Erika Camacho, Evan G. Cameron, Christina Hamlet, Kathleen Hoffman, Phyllis R. Robinson, Katherine Williams, and Glenn R. Wyrick), accepted.

- World Congress in Probability and Statistics : July 11-15, 2016, Toronto, Canada
- NIMBioS Working Group: Caulobacter Cell-Cycle Model : October 20-21, 2016, Knoxville, TN