Tyler, Annie, and Katie have been wonderful members of the Ramachandran Lab and will be receiving their college diplomas today in Brown’s 249th Commencement Exercises.
Tyler is graduating with an Sc.B. in Applied Math-Biology, and was awarded a Class of 2017 Senior Prize in Biology in recognition of his “academic excellence, research achievement, and intellectual contributions in biological sciences”. Tyler will begin working in the San Francisco Bay Area this fall as a Software Engineer at Yelp. Annie is also receiving her Sc.B. in Applied Math-Biology, and is a co-author on Lauren’s SWeep Inference Framework (controlling for correlation); following graduation, Annie will be working in technology at Capital One in Washington, DC. Katie is graduating with an Sc.B. in Computer Science and Religious Studies; she will be moving to Seattle to join Microsoft as a software engineer on the Shell Team of the Windows and Devices group.
We will miss Tyler, Annie, and Katie, and wish them all the best in their future endeavors! They contributed a lot to the Ramachandran Lab; luckily Annie will be close by, and Tyler and Katie will work in the lab for a bit this summer on pong.