Hi, I’m Eric!
I’m a chemist at Peninsula Pharmacy and I build software — remotely.
I love science and code — and this is my space on the web.
My skills are varied so, I’m a bit of a polymath. Proficiencies range from bench science to sofware development.
From 2008 - 2015, I oscillated my time between National Jewish Health and The University of Colorado — Anschutz Medical Campus researching the Life Sciences in Pediatric Rheumatology and Immunology with Philippa Marrack, PhD, FRS and Leonard Dragone, MD, PhD managing labs and leading projects.
From 2014 - current, I work(ed) in Software Development for The Texas Medical Association, Xeratec Corporation and Baby E’s BBQ — and continue to create other software for fun — on my own time.
Outside of work, I spend my time with my family playing outdoors and traveling.
What’s with the site?
I have some published works
- The Discovery of a Reciprocal Relationship between Tyrosine-Kinase Signaling and Cullin Neddylation.
- SLAP deficiency decreases dsDNA autoantibody production.
- Murine trophoblast derived and pregnancy associat edexosome enriched extracellular vesicle microRNAs:Implications for placenta driven effects on maternal physiology.
This site is built with Jekyll, typeset in Neue Haas Unica, and not much else.