I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR) at Johns Hopkins University. I work in Computer-Aided Medical Procedures (CAMP) group on designing educational interventions on top of the “Magic Mirror System”, an Augmented-Reality based solution for interactive human anatomy learning experience. My research mentors are Drs. Nassir Navab, Gregory Hager, and Greg Osgood. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, I completed my PhD at the University of Central Florida in Computer Science, working with Dr. Charles Hughes on social skill training and assessment. I have a BSc in Computer Software Engineering and a MSc in Artificial Intelligence.

My research interests span multimodal machine learning, technology-enhanced learning, virtual and augmented reality with applications in education and training.

See the clip below for an example of my work on the teaching anatomy, this JHU HUB article, and the Research Tab for more.