Thank you for stopping by. Here you may find a little bit about me like publications, presentations, etc. I am a Senior Data Scientist at Biogen and a mathematician by training. Last summer I worked as an intern for RStudio ッ, with Max Kuhn as my mentor, developing the applicable modeling R package. I enjoy the pure flavor of researching mixed with the applied nature of developing applications.

`shiny`

and/or other Statistical Methods in support of enrollment into Clinical Trials of Neurological Diseases. In particular, develop an interactive statistical tool using `shiny`

to further the SPARK clinical research study that investigates the effectiveness of BIIB054, a potential drug to treat Parkinson’s disease.
**Conference:**
International Conference on Mathematics and Statistics - 2020

**Location:**
American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE

**Presenting:**
"When is a Puiseux Monoid Atomic?" (link)

**Colloquium:**
Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - 2019

**Location:**
Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX

**Presenting:**
"Applicability Domain Methods"

**Research Retreat:**
NSF-AGEP Research Exchange Retreat - 2019

**Location:**
Stanford University, Stanford, CA

**Presenting:**
"Applicability Domain in Data Science" (link)

**Conference:**
R/Pharma - 2019

**Location:**
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

**Presenting:**
"This one is not like the others: Applicability Domain methods" (link)

**Conference:**
AMS Joint Central and Western Sectional Meeting: "Factorization and arithmetic properties of integral domains and monoids" - 2019

**Location:**
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI

**Presenting:**
"Cyclic rational semirings"

**Conference:**
Florida Women in Mathematics Day (FWIMD) - 2019

**Location:**
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

**Presenting:**
"How do elements really factor in $\mathbb{Z}[\sqrt{-5}]$?"

**Conference:**
Joint Mathematics Meetings - 2019

**Location:**
Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

**Presenting:**
"The elasticity and union of sets of lengths of Puiseux monoids"

**Conference:**
INdAM meeting: International meeting on numerical semigroups - 2018

**Location:**
Cortona, Italy

**Presenting:**
"On the Molecules of Puiseux Monoids"

**Conference:**
Infinite Possibilities Conference - 2018

**Location:**
Howard University, Washington, DC

**Presenting:**
"On the Atomicity of Monotone Puiseux Monoids"

**Meeting:**
Master's Thesis - 2016

**Location:**
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

**Presenting:**
Presented my thesis to a mathematics graduate committee as part of the final stages of my master’s degree.

**Conference:**
Joint Mathematics Meetings - 2016

**Location:**
Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA

**Presenting:**
"On the Catenary Degree of Numerical Monoids Generated by a Generalized Arithmetic Sequence"

**Symposium:**
PURE Math Symposium - 2015

**Location:**
University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Hilo, HI

**Presenting:**
"On the Catenary Degrees of Numerical Monoids Generated by Generalized Arithmetic Sequences"

**Conference:**
Joint Mathematics Meetings - 2014

**Location:**
Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

**Presenting:**
"On the Catenary Degrees of Numerical Monoids Generated by Generalized Arithmetic Sequences"

**Symposium:**
PURE Math Symposium - 2013

**Location:**
University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Hilo, HI

**Presenting:**
"The Catenary Degree of Elements in Numerical Monoids"

**Festival:**
Research in Undergraduate Education - 2012

**Location:**
Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL

**Presenting:**
"Special vs. General Theory of Relativity"

1. *The catenary and tame degrees on a numerical monoid are eventually periodic* with S. T. Chapman, A. Miller, C. Miller, and D. Patel, Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, 97(3), 289-300, 2014, doi:10.1017/S1446788714000330

2.*The catenary degrees of elements in numerical monoids generated by arithmetic sequences* with S. T. Chapman, A. Miller, C. Miller, and D. Patel, Communications in Algebra, 45(12), pp. 5443-5452, 2017, doi:10.1080/00927872.2017.1310878

3.*Atomicity and boundedness of monotone Puiseux monoids* with F. Gotti, Semigroup Forum, 96(3), pp. 536–552, 2017, doi:10.1007/s00233-017-9899-9

4.*On the local k-elasticities of Puiseux monoids*, International Journal of Algebra and Computation, 29(01), pp. 147-158, 2019, doi:10.1142/S0218196718500662

5.*How do elements really factor in $Z[\sqrt{-5}]$?* with S. T. Chapman and F. Gotti, In: Advances in Commutative Algebra, pp. 171-195, 2019, Eds. A. Badawi and J. Coykendall, Springer Trends in Mathematics, Birkhäuser, Singapore, doi:10.1007/978-981-13-7028-1

6.*On the molecules of numerical semigroups, Puiseux monoids, and Puiseux algebras* with F. Gotti, Numerical Semigroups (Eds. V. Barucci, S. T. Chapman, M. D’Anna, and R. Frberg), Springer INdAM Series, Vol. 40, Switzerland, 2020, arXiv:1702.08270

7.*Factorization invariants of Puiseux monoids generated by geometric sequences* with S. T. Chapman and F. Gotti, Communications in Algebra, Vol. 48 (2020) 380–396, doi:10.1080/00927872.2019.1646269

8.*When is a Puiseux monoid atomic?* with S. T. Chapman and F. Gotti, The American Mathematical Monthly, arxiv:1908.09227 (to appear)

9.*A survey on the atomicity of Puiseux monoids* with S. T. Chapman and F. Gotti (under preparation)

10.*Three families of dense Puiseux monoids* with F. Gotti and H. Polo, arXiv:1701.00058 (under preparation)

11.*Introduction to Factorization Theory* with S. T. Chapman and F. Gotti (book under preparation)

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**Student Assistant - Spring 2012**

MAS2202 - Intro. to Number Theory

Santa Fe College, FL

**Teaching Assistant - Fall 2014**

MAC2311 - Calculus

University of Florida, FL

**Teaching Assistant - Spring 2015**

MAC2311 - Calculus

University of Florida, FL

**Adjunct Assist. Prof. - Summer 2016**

MAC1105 - College Algebra

Santa Fe College, FL