I am a Neukom Fellow at Dartmouth College. A computational biologist by training, I have broad interests across data science, and I am particularly enthusiastic about research that brings together traditionally quantitative and qualitative disciplines. To that end, most of my research is concentrated in two interdisciplinary areas: the Digital Humanities, including computational text analysis for Latin, ancient Greek, and other premodern traditions and the cultural evolution of literature, and systems biology and mathematical modeling for biomedicine. I am the co-founder and co-director of the Quantitative Criticism Lab. Prior to coming to Dartmouth, I received a Ph.D. in Systems Biology from Harvard University and an A.B. in Chemistry from Princeton University.