Teaching has been a part of my life for more than 10 years now. I started teaching English as a Second Language and then with the start of my PhD education taught multiple 100 and 200 courses in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois (UIUC) including "Biology of Human Behavior", "Forensic Science", "Biological Anthropology", "Anthro in a Changing World" and 100 and 500 in the Department of Crop Sciences including "Applied Statistical Methods I" and "Applied Multivariate Statistics".

I have also been moderating and teaching several coding and data analysis workshops at the High-Performance Biological Computing Center at UIUC including "Intro to Linux & HPC on Biocluster", "RNASeq Analysis", "Intro to R & Bioconductor", "10X Single Cell RNA-Seq Analysis" and "Microbial Profiling". More recently, I have been involved in Software Carpentry Teaching including "Introduction to Unix", "Introduction to Python", "R, Git, and Unix", at UIUC, Rice University, Openscapes, NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) and eScience Institute at the University of Washington.

To view a few of my teaching sample, please visit my Youtube Channel here.