I received a BSc in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Rochester, NY. As a summer research fellow at the Mayo Clinic, I developed a Matlab based guide user interface to process clinical elastography data from breast and thyroid cancers. This generated an interest in the applications of biomedical imaging to cancer. At Duke, I work on developing imaging tools and algorithms for speculum-free and automated cervical cancer screening, with interests in global health applications. Outside of school and research, I enjoy traveling, sightseeing, reading and watching movies.