I was born and raised in southern California, went to UC Irvine for undergrad, business school, and medical school before heading down to San Diego for an intern year at Scripps. I then moved out to Houston for 4 years of Radiation Oncology residency training at MD Anderson Cancer Center. While at MDACC, I completed a fellowship with the Institute for Cancer Care Innovation, served on several institutional operations and research committees, and published over 25 peer reviewed manuscripts. I continue to be very involved in the Rad Onc community and national organizations such as ASTRO and ACR. I’m now back in San Diego working for Scripps MD Anderson (they formed a collaboration during my training) where I treat cancers of the lung, brain, head&neck, GU system, lymphoma, and sarcoma. I also have a portion of my time dedicated to research and operations.
Outside of work I’m an avid car enthusiast, and enjoy tennis, photography, travel, and all things food.