Current Research Interests
I plan on being a leader in the field of cardiac regenerative medicine. I have particular focus on the role of cardiac fibroblasts in health and disease with additional interest in the fidelity of the cardiac electrical system during regeneration. I am currently pursuing a three year post-doctoral fellowship in the Nenad Bursac Lab in the Duke Department of Biomedical Engineering. My effort is supported by the Clinician Investigator Pathway (CIP) in the Division of Cardiology in the Duke Department of Medicine. The CIP program provides protected research time to establish myself as a fully-funded, independent clinician investigator at the conclusion of my clinical fellowship (2021). I am excited to see the development of regenerative technologies for cardiac disease and I am ready to translate this success to patient care.
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