About Me

I am a scientist pursuing and creating solutions for the important problems of today's world. I recently graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, where I studied biology and business. I am currently a full-time researcher with the Forcelli Laboratory with the Georgetown University Department of Pharmacology and Physiology. My research investigates how brain regions form networks to transmit and modify information, and how these networks are affected by pathologies or pharmacological agents. 

 

There are many significant challenges in today’s world, and I see these challenges as opportunities to make profound discoveries to help people. I research these opportunities not only understand the science at work, but to seek the development of solutions based on my discoveries, and most importantly, the implementation of solutions so that I can provide them to my community and society at large.

 

My academics and research have allowed me to explore incredible topics, and each new day brings new discoveries. I invite you to visit the Portfolio page to learn more about these projects as I continue to pursue them!