Ph.D. Candidate, Biomedical Engineering
Current healthcare systems do not fully utilize data acquired from wearable devices to make health-based observations. My research will bridge this gap by detecting risk factors from longitudinal datasets to prescreen patients who are at risk for coronary artery disease.
Outside of lab, I enjoy cooking, playing video games, running, and playing basketball. My favorite thing to do in Durham is explore dowtown for cool restaurants.
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B.A. Amherst College
- Developing Digital Biomarkers from Wearable Devices to Prescreen for Coronary Artery Disease (2019)
- Simulating Particle Undergoing Brownian and Confined Motion (2016)
- Measuring Nanomechanical Properties of Brain Tissue (2017)
- Tracking the Kinematics of the Zebrafish Startle Response (2019)