I am a consultant in applied mathematics, statistics, and numerical computing. I help companies create mathematical models, implement them in software, and interpret the results.
Some areas of experience: Probability and statistics, differential equations, data analysis, Bayesian analysis, numerical algorithms.
I did a PhD in math at University of Texas and a postdoc at Vanderbilt. My research focus was nonlinear PDEs.
After my postdoc I decided to leave academia. I worked as a software developer and project manager for several years.
Then I came to MD Anderson Cancer Center, first as a software development manager, then as a research statistician. My work centered around Bayesian statistics, clinical trials, and numerical algorithm development.
I now work as a consultant, combining my previous experience in applied math, statistics, and software development.