Lab for Restorative Neurotechnology

131 Waterman Street

Providence, RI, 02912

Hi, I am a doctoral candidate in the BrainGate team at Brown University. My research focuses on designing stable and reliable brain machine interfaces for long-term continuous clinical use for people with tetraplegia.

Prior to Brown, I completed both undergraduate and master degree at the University of Southern California from 2014-2018, majoring in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering respectively. I wrote my undergraduate thesis on adaptive subspace identification algorithm for dynamic tracking. During my free time, I love playing badminton and making artisan chocolates (level 1 certified by the International Institute of Chocolate and Cacao Tasting).