Greg’s background is in Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience.  He received a BS in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Texas in 2008 and a MS in Biotechnology from Northwestern University in 2009. Greg then went to Baylor University and received a PhD in Biomedical Studies in 2016 while studying epilepsy and its comorbidities using both induced and genetic rodent models. Greg’s current research with mentors Dr. Neil Harris and Dr. Rick Stabba at UCLA focuses on finding biomarkers that could be used to predict post traumatic epilepsy following lateral fluid percussion injury in a rodent model. Greg's biomarker work is a part of the data collection for the larger EpiBioS4Rx project. Greg will be utilizing EEG, MRI, and other molecular and behavioral techniques. In his free time Greg enjoys traveling, skiing, cooking, and hiking.