I am a first year PhD student under Professor Abergel. I also earned by Bachelors from Berkeley in Electrical Engineering/Computer Sciences and Nuclear Engineering. My research interests are in diagnostic radiology systems (x-ray CT, MRI, Ultrasound), nuclear medicine systems (PET and SPECT), external radiation therapy systems (X-ray Linacs and Proton Linacs), internal radiation therapy systems (Targeted Alpha Therapy and Beta therapy), immunology, radiobiology, radiation in our environment, and how to educate the public about all forms of radiation. My current research project is using a MicroPET system to understand how positron-emitting Ce134 complexes (which are chemically similar to the Ac225 complexes and Th227 complexes that are candidates for targeted alpha therapy) distribute throughout the body. In my free time, I volunteer teaching primary and secondary school students about radiation at science fairs, school trips, and other events.