I graduated with dual degrees in Computer Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering Technology from Utah Valley University in 2015. After graduating, I went to work for Novarad Corporation as a software engineer in research, developing medical imaging software. My research focused on developing neuroimaging software, specifically diffusion tensor imaging, brain perfusion imaging, and image registration algorithms. I also developed software tools for digital radiography such as image stitching, grid suppression, and contrast equalization.
Testing and reproducing some of the results of research work on head and brain computer models for forward and inverse electroencephalography simulation. This responsibility is meant to facilitate my learning about the different aspects of neuroscience imaging, modeling, simulation, and visualization.
I'm interested in computational neuroscience imaging and visualization. My current research is on source localization of epileptic seizures.