I am a graduate from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering (2010). In June of 2012, I graduated from the University of Washington with a Masters of Science degree in Bioengineering. I have experience working in a variety of biomedical fields, including signal processing and imaging, bioinformatics, and prosthetics and rehabilitation medicine.
Despite these credentials, I fit few traditional engineering stereotypes. I consider myself a true extrovert, love critical writing and the arts, and am a practiced public speaker. I excel at conveying information and ideas verbally as well as graphically.
The most rewarding ventures I have been a part of combine both scientific innovation and powerful people-oriented clinical impact. Whether extending the lives of premature infants or improving the quality of life for lower-leg amputees, I find passion thorough the human component of engineering.