I am a neuroscientist and science communicator with deep expertise in sleep and circadian rhythms. I am seeking a position in an industrial or non-profit setting in the Seattle area in which I can combine my skills in research and communication to address challenging problems in the life sciences, health and technology spaces.

In my current research as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington, I employ techniques from behavioral neuroscience, public health and data science to study the regulation of sleep and circadian behavior under extreme circumstances, ranging from the pediatric ICU to social isolation under the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to research, I am highly passionate about science communication and science-based policy, and frequently perform public outreach through Seattle’s Pacific Science Center, the Society for Neuroscience and Massive Science Consortium.