A fascination for how things work, both living and non-living, led me to a BS in Biology and PhD in
Bioengineering and Neuroscience.

I enjoy designing electromechanical systems that interact with living systems, driven by the overall goals of obtaining better diagnostic information,
and delivering better therapies.

My lab now focuses on the design and validation of new tools for vision science research and ophthalmic care,
with an emphasis on electrodiagnostics of the retina.

To the right is a list of on-going research in my lab. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.