I am a research-oriented software developer with an interest in deriving insights from data.
Previously, I worked with with Li-San Wang’s group in the the Penn Neurodegeneration Genomics Center and Weljie Lab in the Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Master of Science in Engineering in Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania, completed May 2017.
- Master of Computer and Information Technology (MCIT), University of Pennsylvania, completed May 2015.
- M.A. and B.A. in mathematics, minor in physics, University of Pennsylvania, completed May 2012.
- GCB 537 – Advanced Computational Biology. Course Assistant. Spring 2017.
- CIS 520 – Machine Learning. Teaching Assistant. Fall 2015.
- Sengupta A, et al. Deciphering the Duality of Clock and Growth Metabolism in a Cell Autonomous System Using NMR Profiling of the Secretome. Metabolites 2016, 6(3), 23.
- Slaff B, Jensen ST, Weljie AM. Probabilistic Approach for Evaluating Metabolite Sample Integrity. arXiv:1506.04443. June 2015.
- Slaff B, Sengupta A, Weljie AM (In Press). NMR Spectroscopy of Urine. (Keun, HC ed). In NMR-based Metabolomics (New Developments in NMR Series). Royal Society of Chemistry.
- Slaff, B. Binary quadratic forms, class field theory, and complex multiplication.
Master’s thesis studying the work of Dr. David Cox. Supervised by Dr. Ching-Li Chai. 2012.
I am from Norcross, Georgia, USA.
Email: firstname dot lastname at gmail.
I am on LinkedIn.
Photo credit: Felice Macera
- UPenn Department of Computer & Information Science
- Li-San Wang lab, part of UPenn’s Institute for Biomedical Informatics and the Penn Neurodegeneration Genomics Center
- Weljie Lab