Ph.D. Student (2021)
Spinal Cord Stimulation
I graduated from the University of Utah in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. My undergraduate research focused on quantifying neural activity across the brain using c-Fos as an indicator. I am now pursuing my PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University in the Grill lab. My research focuses on computational modeling of dorsal horn circuitry in order to better understand the mechanisms of spinal cord stimulation. Outside of academic pursuits, I enjoy climbing, skiing, running, and playing soccer and ultimate.