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I am a dedicated leader at the forefront of bioengineering, driving innovation as the Director of Bioengineering at the Joe Gibbs Human Performance Institute. I received my PhD in Bioengineering Stanford University in the Neuromuscular Biomechanics Laboratory, where I also completed my postdoctoral work. I'm passionate about measuring movement as a biomarker, motivating physical activity, and increasing access to health care. My research bridges advancements across bioengineering, psychology, computer science, and digital technology to understand and tackle significant problems in human health.
I value human-centered design and a holistic, lifestyle-focused approach to engineering and medicine. I enjoy cultivating creativity and humor in work and life, sharing ideas, and communicating science, particularly on my podcast, Biomechanics On Our Minds.