I am an Assistant Teaching Professor at Carnegie Mellon ECE, where I am working on curriculum projects to broaden participation in engineering, especially in electronics. I particularly enjoy using radio and wireless as a motivating application for studying ECE.

Previously, I was a postdoc working in Daniel Cohen’s group at Princeton University, supported in part by a NJ ACTS translational science fellowship. While at Princeton, I developed the SCHEEPDOG electro-bioreactor that stimulates tissues with 2-axis DC electric fields. SCHEEPDOG hacks electrotaxis - the natural ability for many cells to sense and follow DC electric fields - to herd cells in a petri dish, as a sheepdog herds sheep.

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