As a PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University, I have worked incomputational neuroscience and protein structure simulation. Prior to coming to Stanford, I worked on reconstructing the 3D architecture of folded human genomes in the lab of Erez Lieberman Aiden at Baylor College of Medicine. I graduated from Harvard College in 2011 where I majored in mathematics and minored in computer science. You can read more about my current research projects.
I also completed a masters degree in 2014 at New England Conservatory where I studied flute performance with Paula Robison. Check out some past flute performances!
(Feb 23, 2015) Kicking off two weeks of travel tomorrow. First, a week performing with the New World Symphony in Miami! Afterwards, a week in Baltimore hanging out with Josh Vogelstein's group at Johns Hopkins.
(Jan 31, 2015) I am a Hertz Finalist!
(December 5, 2014) Nearly wrapping up my fall rotation in the lab of Ron Dror where I have learned a ton about protein biology. I used atomic-level simulations to probe mechanisms of structural activation in the mu-opioid receptor.
(August 30, 2014) After a busy summer in Houston working in the Center for Genome Architecture at Baylor, I am returning to Boston to give my Pappoutsakis winner's recital in Jordan Hall!
(June 12, 2014) Videos from our Philharmonic Five recital are uploaded. In particular, check out this awesome disco medley arranged by Hunter Bennett for wind quintet!
(April 16, 2014) I have decided to attend Stanford University to pursue my PhD in the computer science department. So excited for this next stage of my life!
Contact: asanborn <at> stanford.edu