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I am a fifth-year graduate student in Applied Mathematics at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. I am interested in Mathematical Medicine/Physiology and Computational Sciences. I am currently working with Dr. Boyce Griffith on fluid-structure interaction models of bioprosthetic heart valves and in vitro validation of computational models of cardiovascular fluid dynamics. Before coming to Chapel Hill, I received my undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics at UC Berkeley in 2013 and interned at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – NERSC Division for a year as a research intern. In my spare time, I like to play basketball, football, work out, or play guitar and sing.
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