education

  1. Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical / Medical Engineering, Duke University, 2019.
  2. Bachelor of Science, Biomedical / Medical Engineering, Duke University, 2010.

professional associations

  1. National Neurotrauma Society, since 2013.
  2. Biomedical Engineering Society, since 2012.

Teaching Experience

  1. Duke University, Sprint 2014, Spring 2016

    Graduate Teaching Assistant of BME 302L Fundamentals of Biomaterials and Biomechanics under Roger Nightingale PhD. Assisted with classroom instruction, homework preparation, exams, and student projects for the Biomechanics portion of the course. Lead and conducted laboratory sections. Held office hours for homework and course tutoring.
    Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award – Honorable Mention, Spring 2014

 

Awards

  1. Neurotrauma Symposium Travel Grant, 2018
  2. National Football League Engineering Symposium Student Grant, 2016
  3. Duke BME Department Retreat – Poster award, 2014
  4. Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award Honorable Mention, 2013, 2014