Director of Training,
National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research
Clark Center, Room S241
I am interested in promoting and advancing the research that occurs at the intersection of computing and biomedicine. Particular areas of interest include physics-based simulation methods, mobile health technology, and data analysis techniques to improve and increase human movement. I enjoy teaching others – from researchers to the high school student – about the latest biocomputational developments through mass media as well as in the classroom. I am also a strong advocate for open science, developing and promoting tools (like SimTK) and policies that encourage the sharing of scientific knowledge and resources.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2004
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1998
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, U.C. Berkeley, 1993
Yoga, STEM, Traveling