I am an Electrical Engineering PhD student at Stanford University working in the Arbabian Lab
with support from the NSF GRFP and SGF.
I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2020 from Columbia University,
where I worked in Prof. Ken Shepard's Bioelectronic Systems Lab
and Prof. Hod Lipson's Creative Machines Lab.
My research interests include electronic and optical imaging tools for neuroscience,
and I am particularly interested in creating devices for social impact.
My ham radio callsign is K9TTL, and I'm currently the president of the Stanford Amateur Radio Club (W6YX).
My hobbies include photography, classical & jazz piano, social dancing, origami, and various outdoor activities.