Ph.D. Student (2020)
Spinal Cord Simulation
I became a Biomedical Engineer because I want my work to contribute to restoring and increasing the quality of living for many people. I graduated from NC State University with bachelor's degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering, and I just began working at the Grill lab. My interests lie in the development of techniques or devices that improve the function of the peripheral nervous system. Currently, I am working with computational modeling of sciatic stimulation.