I help research and implement machine learning and other statistical techniques to improve data collection and analysis. Some examples of my work include adopting a mask r-cnn approach to automate pixel-level image segmentation for increased speed and accuracy of data analysis and creating graphical representation of univariate and multivariate data to understand patterns in cancer […]
I’m a BME graduate student working in Dr. Skala’s lab. My research involves Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Method (FLIM) for studying pancreatic cancer.
I am a graduate student working in Dr. Skala’s lab focusing on pancreatic cancer.
I support research projects and the day-to-day operations of the Skala Lab by assisting with cell culture and animal handling, helping with imaging experiments and image analysis, as well as ensuring biosafety, animal, and human research regulations and guidelines are maintained. Education B.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2018, Georgia Institute of Technology
I am an undergraduate researcher in Medical Engineering at the Morgridge Institute for Research under Dr. Melissa Skala. I work with Alex Walsh to investigate the use of zebrafish xenografts of breast cancer through optical metabolic imaging.