I specialize in measuring how organs move and why. Since our bodies are constantly in motion, understanding movement is key to understanding health and quality of life. I have worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at Johns Hopkins University since 2015. Prior to that, I was a grad student at the University of Utah and the Rochester Institute of Technology.
My focus in motion estimation stems from a more general interest is developing methods and exploring applications combining biomechanics and medical imaging. Some methods and applications are directly concerned with how to measure motion, while others deal with its consequences or interactions with other tissue properties, such as fiber orientation.
While research takes most of my time and energy, I have have an appreciation for handy work, and try to work with my hands whenever I can.
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