Post Bachelors Research Associate
Post Bachelors Research Associate


Madison Blumer’s research focuses on developing software and machine learning tools related to analysis and identification of small molecules. This includes leveraging big data, mass spectrometry data, and other metabolomics data sources. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at Georgia Institute of Technology. Undergraduate research included evolution modeling and studying stable isotopes in coral as a proxy for climate change.

Disciplines and Skills

  • Cheminformatics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Machine Learning


  • BA in Mathematical and Computational Biology, Scripps College



  • Nielsen SV, IA Guzmán-Méndez, T Gamble, M Blumer, BJ Pinto, L Kratochvíl, M and Rovatsos. 2019. "Escaping the evolutionary trap? Sex chromosome turnover in basilisks and related lizards (Corytophanidae: Squamata)." Biology Letters 15, 20190498.