I’m a PhD Candidate in the Intelligent Robot Lab at Brown University, advised by George Konidaris. My research explores the intersection of machine learning and manipulation. In particular, I aim to develop learning algorithms that enable robust, sample-efficient, and generalizable control on real robots. My work draws on reinforcement learning, optimal control, and computer vision.

I received my BS from the University of Rochester in Biomedical Engineering in 2017. I worked on auditory and vestibular neuroscience with Laurel Carney and Shawn Newlands, played Club Hockey, and made great friends during my time there.

You can download my CV here.