medical device development
Graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut with Honors and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. While not working on engineering projects, spent time being a First-Year student mentor and a teaching assistant for various classes. Started as a PhD student in engineering at Dartmouth College directly after graduation from Trinity. Currently working towards a PhD in Magnetic Resonance Elastography, a form of MRI that allows for quantification of mechanical properties of in vivo tissue. Specifically, focus has been placed on advancing a poroelastic model of tissue as well as new ways of measuring natural deformation of tissue.
Contrast detection in fluid-saturated media with magnetic resonance poroelastography