After completing my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Chemistry from Haverford College in 2018, I earned a Master of Science degree in Information Systems with a concentration in Health Technology from Cornell Tech and Technion-The Israel Institute of Technology in 2020. I'm currently a Ph.D. student in Computational Mathematics at Emory University, in the Scientific Computing Group.

Under the supervision of my advisor, Dr. Alessandro Veneziani, I am currently focused on researching numerical modeling of the cardiovascular system to solve blood flow problems, and I am also interested numerical PDEs for biology and chemistry in general. In my free time, I run and play piano. I also have a blog where I write about two of my passions, math and baking.