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About Me

I am a full stack engineer working at the intersection of neuroscience and mechatronics to develop novel therapeutic interfaces capable of integrating multimodal sensory information.


About My Research

For my doctorate, I studied motor recovery from stroke in a rat reaching model in the lab of Randy Nudo at the University of Kansas Medical Center. My doctoral thesis looks at how the neural population dynamics change as the rat improves at pellet retrievals.


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Neuro-Activities

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Neuro-Activities

One of the graduate students at our lab (Monica) made this really cool website with interactive neuroscience activities for teaching key concepts related to some of the more abstract parts of research going on in motor systems neuroscience. Read more


Active Inference Model-Stream

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Active Inference Model-Stream

I’ll be participating in the Active Inference ModelStream #001.0: “A Step-by-Step Tutorial on Active Inference” today at 11am CST. Please join me here if you would like to watch live! Read more


Thoughts on TCOE

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Thoughts on TCOE

I am an avid fan of Dungeons & Dragons (5e), which means I run games for some of my friends (more frequently the case in the past). Recently, Wizards of the Coast released a new supplement (Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything; TCOE), which introduces new optional class features. I had an immediate dislike to one of the new Fighter class features, so I decided to do some simulations. Read more



Carnegie Mellon talk

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Virtual presentation: Carnegie Mellon University

I presented a modified version of my thesis to the Weber lab and affiliate faculty, going into a little more technical detail about the results from Aim 1 of my dissertation. Read more


Successful Dissertation Defense

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Successful Defense!

I successfully defended my doctoral thesis (Neurophysiological mechanisms of sensorimotor recovery from stroke), with honors! Read more


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