Multi-talented, Neuroscientist, Engineer, Maker
Formally trained as a neuroscientist, with a passion for engineering. I have a solid foundation of vision science at the level of the brain and the eye. In my first postdoc I successfully demonstrated vision restoration therapy in blind mice. I currently work in research and development of adaptive optics ophthalmoscopes in the Dubra lab at Stanford University. I design and manufacture custom optical mounts, camera control circuitry, and tools for optical alignment. I have a strong disposition to understand how things work. Combined with basic research experience, I am ideally suited for multidisciplinary client facing roles; I understand both the needs of researchers and clinicians, and also system design from the engineers' point of view. My skill set is diverse. I am highly adaptable. I have an unexplored interest in business development and commercialisation; I am keen to pursue a career in management consulting in the medical/biotech field. I am also very keen to work in a startup because have a diverse skill set that makes me well suited to solve problems across multiple disciplines. My drive is to engage in constant learning, and execution with elegance. I am not content with just satisfactory achievement. And in my spare time I like to work on automating my home.