B.S. Chemistry, B.S. Biological Sciences from UCI (2012)
M.P.H from UCI (2014)
Ph.D. Environmental Chemistry from Duke University (2019)
I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at Duke University in the Nicholas School of the Environment. My research focuses how people are exposed to chemicals in the home environment, particularly from consumer products. My PhD dissertation focused on using silicone wristbands as a quantitative tool for measuring exposure to consumer product chemicals. During my MPH at UCI, I worked with California EPA in the Department of Toxic Substance Control on the implementation of their Safer Consumer Products Regulations.