Before my interests in educational psychology, I completed my bachelors and masters degrees in biomedical engineering with a focus on cartilage mechanics and quantitative magnetic resonance. Through my experience with instruction during my educational career, I became enthused by the opportunities to better the engineering educational experience.
Conference: International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2020), Title: Correlation Between Single-Component and Bi-Component T2 Parameters and Proteoglycan Content and Mechanical Properties of Cartilage;
Conference: Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport (2019), Title: Correlation Between Quantitative Magnetic Resonance and Physiological Relatable Mechanical Properties;
Conference: International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2019), Title: Comparison of Single-Component and Multi-Component T2 Parameters and Mechanical Parameters of Human Patellar Cartilage at 3.0T;
Paper (under review): Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (2020), Title: Bi-Component T2 Mapping Correlates with Articular Cartilage Material Properties