2024 MD, University of Pittsburgh (anticipated)
Resuscitation Area of Concentration
2020 Postdoc, University of Pittsburgh Department of Surgery
NIH T32 Fellow in Trauma and Sepsis, Billiar Lab & Sperry Lab
Pitt Trauma & Transfusion Medicine Research Center
2018 PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
NSF Research Fellow in Biogeochemistry, MIT-WHOI JP
Medical Sciences Certificate Program, Harvard & MIT
I study the body's response to traumatic injury and prehospital resuscitation. In other words, who gets sick following trauma, and why? How can we adapt patient care to improve outcomes? To this end, we leverage prehospital ground and helicopter information, continuous waveform measurements, clinical data, multi-omics approaches, and markers of immune function and tissue damage. My most recent publications are listed on Google Scholar.
Association of prehospital plasma with survival in patients with TBI
Learn more by reading the article or listening to a podcast discussing this project.
I have worked for and learned from organizations including Foxwall, MIT EMS, NOLS WMI, and Penn State UAS. I spend my free time in the outdoors as a climber, runner, and member of TEC.