I work at the intersection of cheminformatics and environmental chemistry, which is what this blog will mostly be about - hacks, thoughts, and then some.
I’m currently doing a joint/dual PhD at the Environmental Cheminformatics Group based at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, Luxembourg and the Cheminformatics and Computatational Metabolomics Group, based at Friedrich Schiller University, Germany. In my PhD, I develop software and workflows to analyse high-resolution mass spectrometry data.
I completed my MSc. Environmental Sciences at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, where I was awarded the ETH Master’s Scholarship. Prior to that, I graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. Chemistry from Wellesley College, USA, where I received the Gulick Farnsworth scholarship award.
I grew up in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
This site is built using Jekyll & Minimal Mistakes and hosted on GitHub pages. As usual, it took longer than it should have (but hey, crash course in web development :)).