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Ph. D. with honors in philosophy, Columbia University, 2006
2010 - Present
Researcher, Princeton University Philosophy Department
Currently teaching an introductory philosophy of science class.
2007 - 2010
Junior Fellow, Princeton University
Taught courses in the philosophy of biology and the philosophy of economics, and participated in teaching Princeton's core humanities course.
2006 - 2007
Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute for Biocomplexity and Informatics, University of Alberta at Calgary
Helped model the dynamics of gene-regulatory networks in cancer cells.
1998 - 2006
Graduate Student, Columbia University Philosophy Department
Studied the philosophy of science, focusing mainly on biology and the social sciences.
1993 - 1998
Founding Partner, Firebird Fund Management.
Studied at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs.
1990 - 1992
Equity Analyst, W. I. Carr, Hong Kong.
1983 - 1989
Did various jobs in the People's Republic of China. Learned to speak Mandarin.
'Monte Carlo simulation of a simple gene network yields new evolutionary
Journal of Theoretical Biology, Volume 250, Issue 3, 7 February 2008, Pages 468-474
M. Andrecut, D. Cloud, S.A. Kauffman
Columbia University Thesis, 2006
'Biological information and natural selection.' a chapter in Information Processing and Biological Systems. Springer, 2011
The Lily: Evolution, Play, and the Power of a Free Society. e-book, 2011, available on Amazon (Link)