I am currently an MD student at the University of British Columbia. Previously, I completed my PhD at the University of British Columbia with the support of the Vanier and Killam Scholarships. In 2022, I was a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Brain Circuit Therapeutics and Harvard Medical School.
Outside of academia I can generally be found on a bike (with the UBC Cycling team or on an endurance adventure) or making something (bread, beer, shoes, etc).
My research interests focus on using quantitative neuroimaging to understand brain-behaviour relationships, prognosticate outcome after injury, and identify therapeutic targets.
I have worked extensively with quantitative structural neuroimaging. My thesis work used longitudinal neuroimaging to evaluate how the health of people who are homeless is affected by traumatic brain injury, and I am currently working on applying novel network mapping techniques to identify brain networks underlying substance use and traumatic brain injury.
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