I’m a biomedical engineering graduate PhD student at Arizona State University at Tempe. I love design, technology, and love finding hacks to make my life better and easier. I’m passionate about developing new technologies to advance human health and finding smarter ways of challenging and changing the status quo.
Prior to living in Arizona, I graduated from the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology (aka Georgia Tech) with my Bachelor’s of Science degree. It was during this time of self exploration that I found myself more and more curious about underlying technologies that make things great.
I used to do research in Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering at the Georgia Tech-Emory Collaboration for Regenerative Medicine (GTEC) Tissue Engineering Laboratory. I’m currently researching the transition from laminar to turbulent flow in the human aorta in the Image Processing Applications Laboratory. If you’re interested in learning more, you can check out the preceding link, or check out my research page.
On my CV/Resume page, you will find my education and work history.
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