I am a computational biologist focused on extracting meaningful data from biological images. I work at the Broad Institute in the Imaging Platform aka Carpenter Lab as a postdoctoral fellow in bioimage analysis. My work is funded by the Center for Open Bioimage Analysis, which aims to improve access to quantitative methods.
I previously worked in the Lerit Laboratory as a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Cell Biology at Emory University. I’m an alumna of the University of Chicago, the Emory University Medical Scientist Training Program, the MBL Physiology Course, and Emory’s Fellowships for Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) Program.
Lists / resources you may find interesting or useful:
- Future PI Slack: online peer support group for postdocs interested in staying in academia. website and @FuturePI_Slack twitter
- My reading list (send new recs to @pearl_ryder via Twitter!)
- A list of useful Linux commands, created in October 2020 and updated as I learn more.
- My CV if it’s of interest
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