Began position as Senior Consultant at Dilts & Partners


Began postdoctoral research fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research

Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health with a PhD in Epidemiology

Selected for the Pitt Health Sciences/UPMC science writing mentorship program


Awarded the Evelyn H. Wei Scholarship from the Department of Epidemiology

Published an article about graph theory measures and Alzheimer's Disease in The Gradient, a digital magazine covering trends in AI and ML

Interviewed about my research and volunteer work by the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle

Joined the National Institute on Aging's Office of Clinical Research as a Scientific Program Manager [contractor position]

Admitted to PhD candidacy by the Department of Epidemiology


Won the Gerontological Society of America's Health Sciences Person in Training Award

Became chair of the CNBC Social Committee for 2021

Accepted to the Carnegie Mellon - University of Pittsburgh's Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) program as a graduate trainee


Participated in the Society for Epidemiologic Research's speed mentoring panel for masters-level epidemiologists

Received a travel scholarship for the Society for Epidemiologic Research 53rd annual meeting

Secured PhD funding through the Population Neuroscience of Aging and Alzheimer's Disease and Age-Related Dementia T32 training grant (PI: Dr. Caterina Rosano)


Invited presentation at the NIH Liver Fibrosis to Cancer Workshop on the NCI hepatitis/liver cancer data linkage 


Joined the Surveillance Research Program at the National Cancer Institute


Presented an elevator pitch at the NIH Postbac Seminar Series


Quoted in MedTech Boston's coverage of the MGH/CAMTech Zika Innovation Hackathon

Interviewed about my experiences in the Hopkins MPH program by fellow student Quyên Võ Lê (video below)


Wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Post on the unaffordability of graduate school for many fields with high social impact


Profiled by the Brandeis chapter of the Her Campus online magazine


Interviewed by the Washington Post during my volunteer work with the local library