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Curriculum Vitae

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Stochastic modeling of calcium-regulated calcium channels, mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Postdoctoral Research Associate, William and Mary Biomathematics Initiative

Computational Biology Laboratory, Advisor: Gregory D. Smith, PhD 
Applied Science Department, The College of William and Mary 

February 2012 – present

 

EDUCATION

The Johns Hopkins University – August 2006 – January 2012

PhD, Biomedical Engineering

Thesis: “Cardiac conduction block and arrhythmia termination using high frequency electric fields”

Advisor: Leslie Tung, PhD; Cardiac Bioelectric Systems Laboratory

 

Duke University – August 2002 – May 2006

BSE, Biomedical Engineering

Minor, Mathematics

Summa cum laude, Graduation with Distinction