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I received my B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. While attending graduate school at CUA, I worked as a post-baccalaureate fellow at the National Institutes of Health in the Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiology Research under Dr. David A. Bluemke. During my fellowship at the NIH, I primarily worked on quantitative image analysis for a prototype whole-body photon-counting computed tomography scanner. After my time at CUA and the NIH, I received my M.S. in Bioengineering from the University of California - Los Angeles while conducting research under Dr. Daniel Ennis.
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Currently, I am involved in two main projects. The first is developing 3D printing techniques to improve the accuracy of ex vivo geometrical and microstructural cardiac modeling from in vivo cardiac MR acquisitions. The second is applying machine learning applications to MRI data as a way to improve overall image quality and reduce acquisition time.