My professional accounts. I use my Twitter primarily for science, but lately, I've been more open about having autism and thus more active in the disability and autistic communities. GitHub is where most of my work is stored, though much is currently private. My Stack Overflow account shows questions I've answered or posted in the programming community. My Google Scholar profile is simply a place to search for my papers. My LinkedIn is not always up-to-date, but I do use it. Finally, I have created a blog on this website recently, but it is pretty sparse at the moment.
Here are my publications. To my knowledge all the papers I am officially listed in are in here. Bit of a self-promotion but my first first author paper of my PhD got the cover of Nature Genetics which you can see in the next panel.
For an example of my work in visualizing data look at the CCR Browser which I created myself.
For a further example of data visualization I performed to compare different variant prioritization tools look at pathoscore run on ClinVar.
My CV can be found here.You can contact me via the information on my CV or through my Twitter account.
Side notes about me, or fizzbuzz
Memory, comprehension, communication, motivation
from __future__ import print_function # so it works in 2.7 and 3.5 print('\n'.join("Fizz"*(i%3==0)+"Buzz"*(i%5==0) or str(i) for i in range(1,101)))