Michael was an undergraduate at Penn who worked in the Greene Lab. He graduated in May 2019 with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Physics through the Vagelos Scholars Program in Molecular Life Science, an intensive research-focused undergraduate program in the Chemistry Department. He began a Ph.D. in Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University in the fall of 2019. Michael started working in the Greene Lab with Daniel in 2017. He developed tools for graph traversal within hetnets and completed a network permutation project.