I am a third-year post-doc at Yale University in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging. My current focus is on development of novel magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) pulse sequences, image reconstruction, and image processing methods for cardiac MRI applications. I have expertise in inverse problems, MRI physics, MRI pulse sequence development and programming, and applications of MRI in cardiovascular medicine. These include development of arrhythmia-insensitive and motion-robust cardiac MRI pulse sequences, high-resolution MRI parameter mapping methods (T1&T2 mapping), fast acquisition and reconstruction methods for BOLD T2* mapping, novel ECG-gated BOLD sequences, and 3D cine and strain mapping methods for cardiovascular MRI. This work has led to around 20 conference abstracts and papers, 6 journal papers (5 first-author), 1 U.S. patent (primary inventor), and 2 other papers under revision. In addition, I’m the recipient of ISMRM Young Investigator W. S. Moore Award (2018) and finalist of Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Early Career Award (2018).