### Appointments

- Harvard University
- Visiting Scholar
- 2017-2018
- The Rockefeller University
- Fellow
- 2010-2017

### Education

- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- PhD, Department of Physics
- 2005-2010
- University of Pennsylvania
- BA, MS
- 2001-2005
- Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany
- Vordiplom Mathematics
- 2002-2003
- Gymnasium Oberursel, Germany
- Abitur
- 2001

### Awards and Grants

- The Rockefeller University
- NIH T32 Training Grant 2014-2017
- Merck Fellowship 2013-2014
- Fellowship, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology 2010-2013
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Graduate Fellow, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, UC Santa Barbara, Fall 2008
- MIT-France Travel Grant, Summer 2008
- Lester Wolfe fellowship 2005-2006
- University of Pennsylvania
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Second Place, Class of 1880 Mathematics Competition
- Mathematics Undergraduate Research Prize 2005
- Rose Undergraduate Research Award 2005
- William E. Stephens Memorial Prize 2004-2005 (Undergraduate research prize, Department of Physics and Astronomy)
- Rose Fund Award 2002-2003
- University Scholar
- Vagelos Scholar in Molecular Life Sciences

### Talks

- 54. Oscillatory stimuli differentiate adapting circuit topologies
- International Conference on Systems Biology, Blacksburg, Virginia
- Aug. 2017, contributed talk
- 53. Using oscillations to elucidate cell cycle control and signal processing
- q-bio Conference, Rutgers University
- Jul. 2017, invited talk
- 52. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Martinsried
- Apr. 2017, invited talk
- 51. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Department of Physics
- Mar. 2017, invited talk
- 50. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Yale University, Systems Biology Institute and Department of Physics
- Mar. 2017, invited talk
- 49. Oscillatory stimuli resolve fundamental circuit topologies for adaptation
- Systems Biology Conference, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- Feb. 2017, contributed talk
- 48. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Johns Hopkins University, Departments of Physics and Biophysics
- Feb. 2017, invited talk
- 47. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Rutgers University, Quantitative Biology Seminar
- Feb. 2017, invited talk
- 46. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Princeton University, Biophysics Seminar
- Feb. 2017, invited talk
- 45. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Department of Physics
- Feb. 2017, invited talk
- 44. Dynamics: Challenge and tool for understanding living systems
- Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Physics
- Jan. 2017, invited talk
- 43. Using dynamics to elucidate biological systems
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Biophysics Seminar
- November 2016, invited talk
- 42. How many clocks control the cell cycle?
- International Conference on Systems Biology, Barcelona
- September 2016, contributed talk
- 41. Using dynamics to elucidate biological systems
- University of Zurich, Biophysics Symposium
- June 2016, invited talk
- 40. Identifying negative feedback loops by their dynamics
- Anderson Cancer Center Retreat, The Rockefeller University
- April 2015, contributed talk
- 39. Timed, pulsatile termination signal for mitosis in halted cell cycles
- Cell Cycle Conference, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- May 2014, contributed talk
- 38. Transcription in halted cell cycles
- Anderson Cancer Center Retreat, The Rockefeller University
- April 2014, contributed talk
- 37. Using timing to elucidate signaling pathways and cell cycle control
- The Rockefeller University, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology
- September 2013, invited talk
- 36. Using dynamics to identify network topologies
- International Conference on Systems Biology, Copenhagen
- August 2013, poster
- 35. Using dynamics to identify network topology
- APS March Meeting, Baltimore
- March 2013, contributed talk
- 34. Optimal cell cycle checkpoint decisions
- 108th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- December 2012, contributed talk
- 33. Biochemical "FM radio" receivers
- Harvard Medical School, Theory Lunch
- December 2012, invited talk
- 32. Characterizing biological adaptive circuits by their frequency-detection properties
- Harvard Medical School, Galit Lahav lab group meeting
- July 2012, invited talk
- 31. Biochemical "FM radio" receivers
- Systems Biology Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- March 2012, poster
- 30. Characterizing biological frequency-detection circuits by their dynamical properties
- Institute for Advanced Study, The Simons Center for Systems Biology
- January 2012, chalk talk
- 29. Biochemical "FM radio" receivers
- 106th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- December 2011, contributed talk
- 28. Casimir interaction of an object with a cavity
- 103rd Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- May 2010, contributed talk
- 27. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Casimir, van der Waals and nanoscale interactions school
- École de Physique des Houches
- April 2010, invited talk
- 26. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Third Annual Greater Boston Area Quantum Matter Meeting
- April 2010, contributed talk
- 25. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- UC San Francisco, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
- March 2010, invited talk
- 24. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- UC San Diego, Center for Theoretical Biological Physics
- March 2010, invited talk
- 23. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics
- March 2010, contributed graduate student lunch talk
- 22. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Virginia Tech, Department of Physics
- March 2010, invited talk
- 21. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- The Rockefeller University, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology
- February 2010, invited talk
- 20. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Northeastern University, Center for Complex Network Research
- February 2010, invited talk
- 19. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- University of Geneva, Département de Physique de la Matière Condensée
- February 2010, invited talk
- 18. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- University of Pennsylvania, Department of Physics
- February 2010, invited talk
- 17. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Yale University, Condensed Matter Theory Group
- January 2010, invited talk
- 16. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- ICTP, Trieste
- January 2010, invited talk
- 15. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Université Paris-Sud, Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques
- January 2010, seminar
- 14. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Technische Universität München, Faculty of Physics
- January 2010, invited talk
- 13. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München, Center for Theoretical Physics
- January 2010, invited talk
- 12. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Max Planck Institute for Metals Research, Stuttgart
- January 2010, invited talk
- 11. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Universität Heidelberg, Institute for Theoretical Physics
- January 2010, invited talk
- 10. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden
- January 2010, invited talk
- 9. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam
- January 2010, invited talk
- 8. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen
- January 2010, invited talk
- 7. Scattering Theory Approach to Electrodynamic Casimir Forces
- 102nd Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- December 2009, contributed talk
- 6. Melting of Persistent Double-Stranded Polymers
- Symposium "Trajectories and Friends" in celebration of Prof. Nihat Berker's 60th birthday
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics
- October 2009, invited short talk
- 5. A General Formulation for the Casimir Energy and its Practical Application
- Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at UC Santa Barbara
- November 2008, invited talk
- Recording
- 4. Nonmonotonic effects of parallel sidewalls on Casimir forces between cylinders
- Université Paris-Sud, Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques
- June 2008, seminar
- 3. Melting of Persistent Double-Stranded Polymers
- 99th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- May 2008, contributed talk
- 2. Prediction of Transcription Factor Specificity Using All-Atom Models
- 97th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- May 2007, contributed talk
- 1. Mapping Complicated (Protein) Surfaces onto a Sphere
- 95th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
- May 2006, contributed talk