Hi! My name is Ryan.

I am a public health data scientist interested in open-science collaboration, machine learning, and data visualization. While health policy and bioinformatics questions make me tick, I find pleasure in tackling puzzles of any kind.

On my free time, I enjoy bicycling through the city and writing blog posts on a number of topics, including workflow optimization strategies, coding tutorials, and open data projects.

Come join me on a never-ending quest to clean, wrangle, and make sense of the world around us!


Columbia University

Master's Degree, Public Health Informatics

UC Berkeley

Bachelor's Degree, Microbial Biology


Omada Health – Data Scientist

Building personalization and optimization into preventative healthcare.

Columbia University – Research Associate

Health policy, bioinformatics, and nutritional science research, emphasis on statistical analysis.

New York City Council – Policy & Data Analyst

Analyzing and visualizing district and city-wide data to inform policy and government action.