I am a Bioengineering Ph.D. student at the University of Pennsylvania, under the direction of Dr. Ragini Verma in DiCIPHR Lab. My current work focuses on modeling and determining the organizing principles of brain networks, the relationship between structural and functional connectivity, and the connectivity patterns in neurological and psychiatric disorders. My research interests involve employing and advancing methods from graph theory, signal processing, and machine learning for computational neuroscience analysis.
Beyond Science, I enjoy reading poetry (especially Classical Chinese & Japanese Waka), dancing, gaming, and hiking. I am a cocktail enthusiast. Mixology becomes my recent hobby and I enjoy creating new Negroni & Sidecar variations.