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I’m an MD/MPH student at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (views = mine). While I enjoy conducting research and studying, I also look forward to my time advising MedTech companies and other organizations on how to best improve the quality of life for older adults. My long-term goal is to become a practicing physician working at the intersection of research, policy, and health innovation to help create a healthcare system where we can all age gracefully.
Prior to medical school, I graduated from Washington University of St. Louis with a degree in Neuroscience. At WashU, I was selected as a Rhodes Finalist and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. I conducted research in the ophthalmology lab of Rajendra Apte M.D. Ph.D., where I co-authored multiple publications on age-related macular degeneration. In May 2019, my junior year, I founded Create Circles, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, to address older adult loneliness in long-term care. This work continues today and assists thousands of people weekly funded by a $500,000.00 grant from the Cabinet for Health and Family Services in the Office of Inspector General of Kentucky and Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (2022-2025).
I am a proud graduate of the Gatton Academy for Mathematics and Science in Kentucky. While studying here, I was selected as a Siemens Semifinalist for my research on combatting antibiotic resistance with gold-nanoparticles.
In my free time, I enjoy watching and playing most sports, reading, and reflecting.
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