I graduated from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2003 with a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology. Throughout my MSOE curriculum, I took independent study courses in electromagnetics and wireless design. In the summer of 2003 I found a home in the Department of Biophysics National Biomedical EPR Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. For 12 years, 2003-2015, I studied under Drs. James S. Hyde and Richard R. Mett who were indispensable mentors and with whom I share a number of publications. My publication record is filled with Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) instrumentation, methodology, resonator probe design, site-directed spin labeling and other magnetic resonance scientific interests.

I currently hold 2 U.S. and one W.O. Patents, have 32 peer-reviewed publications (eight of which are first-name authorship), over 36 abstracts at EPR and MRI conferences, and 8 invited international talks. Google Scholar reports that I have over 404 citations of my work (h-index 13).