I’m a postdoctoral researcher in the Center for Complex Networks Research with Albert-László Barabási and in the Precision Medicine Lab with Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli. I’m interested in questions related to the analysis and control of complex networks, including how to use data to interact with these systems and how to use tools from control theory to improve the modeling and analysis of these networks.  As such, my work lies at the intersection of complex network theory and control theory, with a current emphasis on understanding brain networks. During my PhD in Electrical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, under the supervision of my advisors Magnus Egerstedt and Jeff Shamma, I studied the controllability of networks via the application of a novel controllability notion known as herdability as well as the spread of epidemic like products.