I have always had an interest in studying the brain. I started my career in neuroscience research and then transitioned to patient care as a physician assistant in neurology. The Duke Neurology Advanced Practice Provider Program prepared me to evaluate and treat a wide variety of neurologic conditions. I enjoy developing relationships with patients and believe that the clinician-patient relationship should function as a partnership. I look forward to providing education and guidance to patients and their families.
- MPAS, Chatham University (Pennsylvania), 2017
- Post-Graduate Residency, Duke Neurology Advanced Practice Provider Program, 2017-2018