Travis Law has joined the lab as a graduate student (Computational and Systems Biology). Travis received his degree in Biology from Grinnell College in 2015. Following his undergraduate studies, he worked as a research associate in Dr. Aviv Regev’s lab at the Broad Institute. During this time, he focused on developing experimental and computational genomics methods to better understand epigenetic and translational regulation and their role in human disease. In particular, this work focused on scaling up single cell ATAC-seq data collection and multiplexing it with other modalities of omics-information, and additionally developing a computational framework for processing ribosomal profiling data and integrating it with genomic, transcriptomic, and proteomic information.