Kathy was an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania studying Biochemistry and Computer Science. She joined the Greene lab to learn more about the intersection of her two majors. Kathy’s project involved the identification of pathway-pathway relationships from genomic “big data” using patterns extracted by deep learning techniques. She was a co-author on a manuscript in Cell Systems describing the eADAGE method and the primary author of a manuscript describing the PathCORE software that she developed. Currently, she is a data scientist at the Simons Foundation. She plans to continue developing and applying computational algorithms to address key challenges in the life sciences.

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