Andrew is pursuing a PhD in biophysics at the University of California, Berkeley. His work in the Brenner Lab revolves around achieving faster and more accurate diagnoses for individuals with rare genetic disorders. He currently explores methods to better identify and interpret structural variation in the genome, as well as variants that disrupt canonical transcriptome splicing. Andrew received his bachelor's degree from Princeton University, where he studied physics. Outside lab, Andrew works with grassroots organizations to reduce the suffering caused by factory farms.