Aaron is a Bioinformatics Analyst at the Children’s Hospital Informatics Program.
- A programming enthusiast since age 15 (excluding code written to the TI-83+ ages 13-14)
- Certified ‘Data Junkie’ (favorite data is Census, EIA, and of course, genetic)
- Black Diamond Skier (skied all three US Olympic Villages)
- Novice world traveler (8 countries to date)
Before joining CHIP, Aaron worked for two Fortune 500 companies and several start-ups.
(Aaron is pictured at right at The End of the World, Lagos, Portugal.)
ResearchExpediting cancer genetic and neurogenetic discovery by designing software for use by biomedical researchers.
Identifying biological pathways responsible for nicotine dependence by utilizing statistical and machine learning techniques on human genetic data.
AffiliationsChildren’s Hospital Informatics Program
Brigham and Women’s Hospital