Engineer. eDUCATOR. ADVOCATe.
Welcome to my website! I am a first-year Ph.D. Student at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology. My research interests focus on neuroengineering, brain-machine interfaces, and machine learning. Outside of the lab, I am passionate about science education and communication. I am a YouTube Creator, an organizer at the March for Science, and a science writer!
Currently, I’m a PhD student in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. As a first-year student, I’m working at the intersection of neuroscience, machine learning, and non-invasive clinical interventions monitoring.
In my spare time, I love to engage in science communication and writing! You can primarily find me on my YouTube channel, everydAI, where I talk about how we interact with artificial intelligence in our everyday lives. I am also the Science Editor for The Tech at MIT. Additionally, I teach for Splash at MIT, work with Skype a Scientists and Letters for Pre-Scientists, and much more.
I’m also passionate about science policy advocacy. Right now, I’m the Director of Public Engagement and Graduate Student Advisor for Students for Science and an At-Large Member of the External Affairs Board of the MIT Graduate Student Council.