I am currently a general surgery resident physician at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ.
I graduated in 2013 with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from St. George’s University. My surgical interests revolve around shock and the role of the iNOS. I am particularly interested in the person to person variation of IRF1 and NF-κB-dependent activation of iNOS upon similar stressors and the differences in manifestation of shock.
Aside from medicine, my general academic interests are in biology, anthropology, and technology. I founded Anthropology.net, Primatology.net, and was part of the Kesem Kebana Project and the Forensic Osteology development team.
I prefer programming in Python, know PHP and SQL. My GitHub hosts some of the things I’ve made. When I have the time, I spend it doing outdoor activities, like swimming, kayaking, backpacking and cycling. Two other hobbies I enjoy are photography and drawing.
This site largely functions as my homepage. From time to time, I post on things I find interesting. You can find my posts in the archives. My CV has more detailed information on my research and professional experience. Lastly, if you want to get a hold of me, please use the contact form on this site.