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PhD in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Yale University, 2018
BA in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Clark University, 2012

Jennifer's academic interests lie at the intersection of computer science and biophysics. Her prior research focused on computational modeling of protein structures and the properties of protein interactions. Her work has revealed the important role of steric interactions in protein cores and reframed the prior understanding of the atomic packing of amino acids. She was most recently an IRACDA postdoctoral scholar in the Chemistry department at Tufts University and an adjunct professor at Bunker Hill Community College.