I'm a Neuroscience PhD Candidate researching Parkinson's disease at the University of Michigan.

30 Under 30 by Forbes

When an Entrepreneur Becomes a Neuroscientist by HIPPO Reads

The 30 Top Thinkers Under 30 by Pacific Standard Magazine

Engineering background led Young Alumni Award winner into a new arena—brain research by Kettering University


What's Happening 2017

International Hypoxia Symposia, Alberta, Canada (February)

✓ The 2017 International Hypoxia Symposia presents cutting edge research of the very highest quality to advance our understanding of the many effects of hypoxia in human health and disease. It's a dynamic program of state-of-the-art plenary talks and posters on hypoxia and mountain medicine.

Ann Arbor Marathon, 26.2, Michigan (March)

✓ The marathon starts just outside one of Ann Arbor’s landmarks, the University of Michigan Stadium ("The Big House"). The run navigates through the downtown, Nichols Arboretum, and Gallup Park [all twice] with a finish right on Main St.

✓ AFF/IAD Ground School, Tecumseh, Michigan (April)

Accelerated Freefall (AFF) is the most modern method of skydive training. After logging 25 jumps, and demonstrating safety and flight skills it's possible to take the USPA "A" License examination for solo skydiving.

Mt. Rainier, Ashford, WA (August)

The Glacier Skills Seminar & Summit Climb is a high end training program coordinated by International Mountain Guides designed as an in depth skills and training seminar for with excellent hands-on training focused on increasing alpine climbing skills. This program incorporates the Mountaineering Day School into the curriculum with skills sessions in anchoring techniques, self and team crevasse rescue, ice climbing, route finding, glacier travel and fixed line ascension.

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My Story

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My Projects

I'm an engineer, budding neuroscientist, and above all, a tinkerer. These are my past and present projects. 

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