I graduated from Brown University in 2007 with a degree in Mathematics-Physics and Philosophy. After gradutating, I worked as an analyst doing risk management for the Blackstone Group's fund-of-hedge funds. However, I was not passionate about working in finance and decided to return to science.
After leaving my job at Blackstone, I joined NYU as a volunteer in the Pesaran Lab. I stayed on as a research technician and eventually joined NYU for graduate school.
In my free time, I love to play sports. You can find me at the gym playing squash and water polo, outdoors playing soccer and cycling, and in the water trying to surf.