I am an enthusiastic learner, team player, and effective doer, and I call upon these qualities day by day, both as an engineer and leader in the community.
- My graduate work in the Gambhir Lab demonstrates my long-term commitment to learning both the depth and breadth of a scientific topic (PET tracer development for early cancer detection)
- Two research positions in Switzerland displayed my passion for international collaboration, flexibility
in new work environments, and capability to work among diverse teams.
- Six months on a Senior Design Project showcased my ability to move a project from design to
realization at a fast pace.
I’m interested in connecting with former colleagues and classmates as well as the creative people who will be a part of my future. Please reach out if your research interests fit mine.
Honors & Awards
Training in Biomedical Imaging & Instrumentation (TBI2) Fellow, Stanford Bioengineering Department (2016-2017)
UC Regents Scholar, The Regents of the University of California (2010-2014)
Whitaker Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow, Whitaker International Program (2014)
ThinkSwiss Research Scholarship, Embassy of Switzerland (2014)
Professional Affiliations and Activities
Member, Tau Beta Pi (2015 - Present)
Education & Certifications
Master of Science, Stanford University, BIOE-MS (2017)
Bachelor of Science, UC Davis, Biomedical Engineering (2015)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
Stanford Science Penpals, Stanford University
Mentor high school students via letter communication. Describe my current work and how I got here, and encourage the students to enter STEM fields.
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation, Early Cancer Detection