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Hi, I'm Natalie!

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I like to build community, run marathons, and solve math problems.

I'm a creative and goal-oriented problem solver driven by my desire to make the world a better place. I'm especially interested in the link between healthcare and technology.

Currently, I’m based in Boulder, CO. I study tendon mechanics and am working to develop potential therapies for tendinopathy in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado. I take an interdisciplinary approach to all of my research projects, drawing from my background as both a lab scientist and a data scientist.

Outside of my primary role, I’m an artist, an athlete, and am always working on a number of other projects which you can learn more about on this website.

Experience

Background

Our team worked to improve the bioavailability and stability of early stage oncology drugs. We predicted how a drug will perform in the human body and designed formulations to enhance the drug product.

Role

I split my time 50/50 working in the lab investigating physicochemical properties of novel drugs and working as a data scientist on a project called the Molecular Trend Initiative.

Skills

Languages

Spanish
Latin

Programming

R
Python
SQL
Mathematica
Excel
Java
HTML

General

data analytics
experimental design
research
data visualization
project organization
statistical analysis

This website only showcases a few highlights of my background and experience. For my resume or anything else, feel free to contact me. I'm always happy to talk.

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