I am currently studying Henle’s fiber layer topography in both normal subjects and subjects with albinism. I am generally interested in how the Henle’s fiber layer and outer nuclear layer thickness relates to other foveal specialization, namely foveal cone density.
I am a San Francisco Bay Area native and studied Integrative Biology at the UC Berkeley. While looking for interesting science courses, I stumbled onto a class taught by faculty from UC Berkeley’s School of Optometry and was blown away by the incredible design of the eye. During and after my time at Berkeley, I spent two years working with both pediatric ophthalmologists and retina specialists at a private office before starting medical school. One of the top reasons I chose MCW over other schools was the high-quality research and innovations that came from the Eye Institute. In my free time, I enjoy boxing, tennis and rock climbing. If I didn’t pursue medicine, I would be running my own boba tea shop.