As a biomedical engineer, my research operates at the interface of science, technology, and medicine. I am particularly interested in using imaging techniques and bioelectronics to improve current medical practices, in particular minimally-invasive treatments using non-ionizing imaging modalities.
I am currently pursuing a PhD in Magnetic Resonance (MR) – guided minimally invasive therapies Imaging and have had past experience with photonics as well as wearable electronic devices.
To learn more about my past and current research projects:
PhD Thesis Work – Vanderbilt University
- Pre-clinical MR-guided focused ultrasound
- Water/Fat-separated MR thermometry
- Thermometry near metal ablation probes (for robotic epilepsy therapy)
Undergraduate Work – Texas A&M University and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center