Kendyl is an AI Cloud Engineer at Systems Oncology. She is experienced in the development and use of deterministic and stochastic models of biological processes. As a data scientist, Kendyl structures massive biomedical data sets into computable knowledge graphs to help scientists identify meaningful insights. She has helped develop several key algorithms to accelerate computing on knowledge graphs using the GPU platform.
Kendyl graduated from Pitzer College, a member of the Claremont Colleges majoring in Mathematics. Her Honors thesis resulted in models that predict differential protein-protein interactions between normal versus disease in non-small cell lung cancer experiments. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org