Until my recent graduation, I was an MSTP fellow at Stony Brook University.

For my PhD (2018), I worked on super-resolution fluorescence microscopy with Shu Jia in his lab.

In 2012, I worked with Paul Vaska doing the mechanical and electronic design for an accessory of the RatCAP awake-animal positron emission tomography scanner.

In 2013, I worked for Jonathan Liu on the automatic calibration of optical systems using MEMS mirrors.

From 2011-2012 I worked as an IRTA fellow in Leping Li's group in the Biostatistics Branch of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. I worked on developing easy-to-use web-based tools to analyze ChIP-seq data, notably PAVIS. I worked with his group previously in 2009 as well, as a summer intern in college, during which time I worked on general bioinformatics programming tasks.

I do research and development work through my scientific and medical instrumentation consultancy, Gnostic Instruments, Inc. If you are intersted in instrumentation and experimental design services, please let us know. We have an in-house prototyping shop.