Student and Scientist in Raleigh, North Carolina
I’m currently a PhD student at Duke University studying Medical Physics. My primary research involves applying machine learning and computational physics to radiation oncology. I have a strong background in both theoretical physics and scientific computing where I have worked on projects from supernovae to high energy particle interactions. I’m passionate about bringing physics to medicine, developing new ideas, and creating scientific applications. I have a M.S. in physics from NC State and a B.S. in math from Tennessee Tech University.