I am a Bay Area native, attending UC Berkeley for my undergraduate degree in EECS, my master’s degree in EECS and now as a PhD candidate advised under Professor Steve Conolly. My research is developing hardware for Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). MPI is a radiation-free, positive contrast, tracer imaging modality with great promise for a variety of applications: stem cell and immune cell tracking, as well as lung, gut bleed, traumatic brain injury, and tumor imaging. My project is to design and implement an optimized front end hardware and electronics that I hope will enable even higher resolution, higher sensitivity, and quantitative, robust imaging for the clinic. Outside of research, I enjoy moving heavy things at the gym, running, and trying new healthy recipes in the kitchen.