Kelsey received her B.S. in Bioengineering with a minor in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington. During her undergraduate studies, she conducted research at Seattle Children’s Research Institute, where she leveraged machine learning and multi-omics data to build integrative tools for epigenetic disease modeling and genomic diagnostics. In the future, Kelsey hopes to apply engineering principles to develop novel data-driven approaches for guiding precision therapeutics and informing clinical decisions. Kelsey's research interests are in deep learning, translational bioinformatics, genomic diagnostics, and precision therapeutics.
BS, Bioengineering - University of Washington