I'm an engineer with a passion for Rehabilitation Engineering and the medical device industry. I received my PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Connecticut, and have experience in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting physiological data.
Throughout this process, I have:
- Received several professional awards, including the entrepreneurial Auran J. Fox award in 2014 and John Lof Young Leaders Fellowship in 2015 (full article).
- Developed strong written and oral communication skills.
- Demonstrated analytical skills and independent research capability.
- Led an 800+ graduate student organization at UConn, as part of a team.
- Mentored students in subjects of entrepreneurship, scientific proposal writing, academic performance, and time management.
- Published over 10 publications, including 3 journal papers and 2 editorials.
- Delivered lectures on various topics of research methodology, ethics, and statistics.
(Last update: Dec. 2015)
Specialties & Interests:
Rehabilitation Engineering • Biomechanics • Neuromechanics • Electrical Stimulation • Whole-Body Vibration • Spinal Cord Injury • Medical Devices • Physiological Data • Signal Processing • Statistics • Quantitative Data Analysis • Electromyography (EMG) • Programming • Matlab • LabVIEW • Fatigue • Cycling Analysis • Gait Analysis • Movement Analysis • Muscle Activity Patterns • Intellectual Property • Entrepreneurship.