About Me

Hello! I am a PhD student at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station under the mentorship of Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen. For more information about my previous experience, please visit my CV.

For my current work, I am broadly interested in the behavioral biomechanics of large marine vertebrates such as whales and dolphins. Understanding how these species move within and reacts to their local environment can give us important insights into their life history and ecology. Given our uncertain environmental future, these insights could become vital as baselines to help us protect and conserve biodiversity. Biomechanical data can also provide inspirational answers to challenging and unique engineering questions. Please visit my research page for more info.