I’m a biomedical engineering graduate researcher studying bone and muscle changes in (1) astronauts during long duration spaceflight and (2) older adults with obesity undergoing intentional weight loss.
I am aiming to transition into a postgraduate rotational program and ultimately would like to pursue a product management career in health tech. I am interested in contributing to teams and technologies that leverage our abundance of health data to help people enjoy longer and healthier lives.
Beyond my engineering research, I am also a trained science communicator and leader with expertise in organizing educational outreach activities. I aim to make science accessible for the broader public community and encourage the next generation of students to pursue careers in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine).
I enjoy inline skating marathons, biking, hiking new trails, reading in my hammock, caring for my overflowing family of plants, and pretty much anything else that involves being outside!
MS in Biomedical Engineering, 2020
Virginia Tech and Wake Forest University
BS in Bioengineering, 2017
University of California, Berkeley