I help people add meaningful years to their lives
I can’t fix a thing in my house, but I am a great problem solver in a lab. I learn abstract concepts quickly, I have a knack for troubleshooting and I love studying molecular mechanisms.
Research is second nature to me. So I got a PhD.
Fascinated by our Biology, I studied the working of cells, in particular in the context of cancer, driven by the desire to contribute to medical sciences.
I worked for a decade in the research and development of gene therapy and drug delivery. I spent the last 2 years of my career in research studying the biology of Aging.
I went through burnout which required some radical self-care to recover. After realizing there is untapped power in the prevention of chronic diseases, I decided to learn about the science of behavior change to work in relationships with people and help them create new habits for longer, healthier lives.