B.S. in Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, 2019
I majored in Neuroscience and minored in Bioengeneering and Chemistry during my undergraduate in University of Pittsburgh. I worked in Dr. Citlali López-Ortiaz’s Neuroscience of Dance in Health and Disability lab during my first year in Neuroscience Program, where I became interested in learning motor control, modeling neuromuscular system and developing rehabilitation methods for people with movement disorders.
I joined Dr. Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecklser’s lab in May, 2020. I am currently working on the evaluation of an arm rigidity training simulator that mimics different severity levels of lead pipe rigidity to promote training experience for medical professionals.
- Computational neuroscience
- Motor control and motor learning
- Signal processing
- Machine learning
- Building miniature houses
- Playing games and Lego
- Collecting pressed penny