I am an Assistant Professor of Technology Management at University of California Santa Barbara.
My research interests are in innovation and entrepreneurship with a particular focus on biopharmaceutical and high-tech industry. My dissertation was recognized as a finalist for the 2022 Organization Science/INFORMS Dissertation Proposal Competition, Strategic Research Foundation (SRF) Dissertation Grant Program, and Sir James Ball PhD Prize.
Prior to joining the doctoral program, I worked as a semiconductor engineer at Samsung Electronics and led an Internet startup in 2010. These roles afforded me a diverse set of experiences, from designing products to managing a venture, which informs my research.
I received a Ph.D in Strategy and Entrepreneurship from the London Business School. I hold a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois and Master's degrees from the University of Southern California in Computer Engineering and Entrepreneurship & Innovation.