Mind your step…
Hi, my name’s Blair! And, well, this is the corner of the internet that I like to call
/home. Sure, it’s not much to look at right now, but just wait until I hang some photos and write the CSS. I know, you’re probably wondering how a Computer Science grad student hasn’t written the CSS already. But let’s remember the old saying, “the Cobbler’s children have snowshoes.” They may not be optimal, but snowshoes are better than no shoes.
Enough chitchat. I’m guessing you’re here because you’d like to learn a bit (or perhaps a byte) about me and my work. By day, I’m a Computer Science graduate student at Emory University. By night, I’m a tired Computer Science grad student at Emory. My background is equal parts Biology, Microscopy, and Computer Science. Fittingly, my primary area of research is biological image analysis with a focus on inverse problems in spectral microscopy. You can find a complete list of my publications on Google Scholar. If you’re into reading code, check out my GitHub.
TL;DR I’m a microscope-wielding Biologist pretending to be a Computer Scientist pretending to know Maths.