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!

  • Digital Health
  • Biomechanics
  • Data Analytics
  • Aging and Health Tech
  • MS in Biomedical Engineering, 2020

    Virginia Tech and Wake Forest University

  • BS in Bioengineering, 2017

    University of California, Berkeley