A brief history
Although formally trained as a molecular biologist, I have been programming since 2000. In 2015 I became a full-time programmer and now work as a senior software engineer at Cultivarium. I specialize in developing software for data sharing and analysis, as well as for general scientific productivity purposes.
My education continues in the form of online courses that fill gaps in my expertise and improve my existing skill set. You can view my completed courses on my certificates page.
The COVID-19 interactome is a project mapping interactions between the SARS-CoV-2 virus and proteins found in infected human cells. I did the analysis for this project in Python and built a static website to act as a repository for that data using Gatsby. A preprint for the project is currently available on bioRχiv.
ProHits-viz is a suite of interactive webtools for analyzing and visualizing protein-protein interaction data. This is the project where I first began learning web development. The third (and current) iteration of this site was built using React with Node.js, Golang and Docker on the backend. A paper for this project was published at Nature Methods.