For my Master thesis, I elaborated on the policy implications of a technology still in its infancy, wearable electronics. Using a combination of lenses, ranging from Marshall McLuhan's Medium Theory, Barry Wellman's Networked Individualism & Caroline Nevejan's Witnessed Presence, I tried to anticipate the sociotechnical implications of this technology.

I took part in the 2009 iGEM Jamboree, a premier synthetic biology competition hosted at MIT. My team received a Gold medal for characterizing bio-bricks that might combat heart disease.