I'm interested in light as the bridge to information, esp biomedical information (or even better, images!). My research aims to develop microscopy technologies and imaging solutions for biomedical problems through the lens of optical physics, instrumentation, and algorithms. This includes more understanding on how light interacts with tissue/media, how images are formed, and how these images can be useful for biomedicine.

I am an Assistant Professor at MIT in EECS and RLE. I did my PhD work at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) where I studied nonlinear microscopy with Professor Stephen A. Boppart and Professor Saurabh Sinha. I did a postdoctoral training at University of California, Berkeley, where I studied computational imaging with Professor Laura Waller.