Resume / CV

At some point in our lives, each and every one of us will be impacted by the devastating effects of cancer. My personal mission is to find and develop better techniques for detecting, managing, and treating this disease. I am currently an assistant professor in the UNC / NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering where I am developing advanced techniques for treatment planning and imaging of focal ablation therapies. I am an electrical engineer by training and I spend my free time running, snowboarding, and building electronics which have been used in laboratory and clinical settings.

 Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina / North Carolina State
Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

Postdoctoral Fellow
Stanford University School of Medicine
Department of Radiation Oncology
Division of Radiation Physics


Doctorate
Virginia Tech - Wake Forest University
School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences



Masters
Virginia Tech
Engineering Science and Mechanics



Bachelors
SUNY University at Buffalo
Electrical Engineering
Mathematics

Highlights
Awarded Funding: $2.6 million, $2+ million submitted as PI and Co-I
Publications: 21 published, 3 pending (1025 total citations, H-Index: 15)
Patents:
 2 issued, 15 submitted (technologies licensed by 3 companies)
Book Chapters: 2 published


Honors and Awards

DoD - Prostate Cancer Research Fellowship, 2015
NIH - NCI R21, 2015
NSF STTR Phase I Award, 2014
NSF Innovation Corps Award, 2012
VT – KnowledgeWorks Technology Transfer Challenge Winner, 2012
Paul E. Torgersen Graduate Research Excellence Award, 2009



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