B.S. Neuroscience from Washington State University
I am a graduate research and teaching assistant in the Neuroscience Institute of Georgia State University. I have an educational background in programming, mathematics, bioengineering, and neuroscience. At the Neuroscience Institute I am part of the Shilnikov Lab studying and modeling the dynamics of central pattern generators (CPGs) under the mentorship of Dr. Andrey Shilnikov. Neural Network modeling, Machine learning, Data Analytics, and Neuroengineering are all research interests and skills that I aim to develop throughout my career.