• University College London: Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics PhD (in progress)
  • University College London: Masters of Science in Robotics and Computation (Distinction)
  • University of Washington: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science with Major in Physics, Minor in Mathematics
  • Harvard University: Mobile Robotics & Embedded Programming and Neurobiology


I am currently working towards a PhD in Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics where I am looking at the use of proprioception and prosthetics in the treatment of neuropathic pain. Outside of the PhD I am a post gradate teaching assistant for computer science and a supervisor for the UCL Eurobot Robotics team.

I often spend time at the theatre. This year I’ve seen about a dozen west-end shows, sometimes with friends and family and sometimes on my own. I find that the creative expression that often comes from experiencing the theatre an enjoyable contrast to my science heavy life. 


I have a broad range of experiences mentoring which began at the University of Washington where I was a maths tutor for two years. I have helped mentor students in understanding fundamental mathematical and engineering principles so that they could apply it to a given engineering project. I believe that bad grades do not equate to lost opportunities nor the loss of achieving whatever individuals want from life. It takes patience, effort and understanding to both succeed and convince someone else that they can succeed too.