Thanks for visiting my site! My name is Mark Leiserson (call me Max), I'm Ph.D. student at Brown University in the Department of Computer Science's Center for Computational Biology. I'm currently working in the field of cancer genomics, investigating the differences in the DNA of normal and cancerous cells.
If you're interested in what I do, check out a rarely updated list of projects I've worked on, as well
as my résumé.
Right now my life revolves around computer science, but there are other things I'm capable of doing. To the right you can see what I've recently been listening to, if you're so inclined. I'm also an amateur jetsetter so take a look at my travel blog. Below you can see how effective I am at wasting time online.