I am an assistant attending medical physicist in the Predictive Informatics section of the Department of Medical Physics. I develop open-source informatics tools to facilitate outcomes research. For example, I maintain and lead the development of Computational Environment for Radiological Research (CERR), a tool widely used for radiotherapy research. I am currently involved in building Matlab-based software infrastructure for image-based radiomics research. I am also involved in developing data pooling tools that will help to build and verify tumor control probability and normal tissue complication probability models based on dose-volume, image, clinical, demographic, and genomic variables. I collaborate with multiple radiotherapy research groups from academia and industry on informatics projects. I received my PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington.