Tyler Jost


I am passionate about solving problems and helping people. That’s why I wanted to get my PhD: so that I could do research that I find meaningful.

Here are some of the organizations I am involved with:

The Brock Lab at UT Austin is my home lab where I am advised.

I am also a member of the Center for Computational Oncology.

I also tutor math for Austin Partners in Education.

In my free time I enjoy reading books, watching TV, playing video games, and taking walks to look at the beautiful neighborhoods in Austin. Occasionally I like to program something if I think it will be useful for others. My COVID hobby is playing tennis.


2017 - BS General Engineering, Baylor University

2019 - MS Biomedical Engineering, Baylor University

202X - PhD Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin (expected)