Currently, I regularly teach the following courses:
NSCI 2040 (Fall) - Research Design and Analysis, at Fordham University at Lincoln center. This class teaches basic probability and statistics techniques undergraduate science majors.
NSCI 3101 (Spring) - Biological Modeling, at Fordham University at Lincoln center. This class introduces students to scientific coding in Python, as well as basic linear algebra and data analysis techniques. We cover Principle Components Analysis, as well as basic properties of dynamical systems.
Previously, at Princeton University, I instructed ORF 245 - Fundamentals of Statistics at Princeton University and co-instructed NEU 314 - Mathematical Tools for Neuroscience with Carlos Brody . I was also an assistant instructor and guest lecturer for SML201 - Introduction to Data Science taught by Michael Guerzhoy.