I am a postdoc working in Daniel Cohen’s group at Princeton University, supported in part by a NJ ACTS translational science fellowship.
Recently, I developed the SCHEEPDOG electro-bioreactor that stimulates tissues with 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.
I care deeply about engineering education, and have worked on several curriculum development projects to broaden participation in engineering, especially in electronics.
If you’d like to reach out to me, feel free to send an email!
- Freely expanding epithelia are on bioRxiv
- SCHEEPDOG highlight in preLights
- SCHEEPDOG featured in Science Magazine!
- Paper out in ACS Synthetic Biology
- SCHEEPDOG is out on bioRxiv!
- Giving a talk at APS March Meeting
- Our MCBF paper is out in Scientific Reports
- EE40LX in the Berkeley Engineer
- EE40LX featured in Texas Instruments E2E blog
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