I am a post-doctoral researcher in Sten Eirik Jacobsen’s group at the Karolinska Institute where I develop statistical methods to investigate hematopoiesis through phylogenetic inference.

Previously, I worked with Olof Emanuelsson at the SciLifeLab on methods for transcriptome assembly in Norway spruce. My DPhil work in the Marchini Group at the University of Oxford focused on creating statistical methods for haplotype phasing and genotype imputation that scale well with sample size. I also applied these methods to large human sequencing projects such as the CONVERGE and Haplotype Reference consortia.

In my spare time I sing with Stockholms Studentsångare and orienteer with Stockholm’s Centrum OK.