Hannah is a Postdoctoral Scientist dedicated to developing a comprehensive set of data-driven technologies able to advance neurotrauma research. She began her collegiate education and career as a brain injury researcher at the University of Pittsburgh mentored by Dr. Anthony Kline and Dr. Corina Bondi. Here, she investigated the efficacy of various therapeutic approaches in a rodent model of TBI. She then earned her PhD from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine under the mentorship of Dr. Helen Bramlett and Dr. Dalton Dietrich. During her graduate tenure, she completed a dissertation focused on designing machine learning workflows specifically able to handle the unique difficulties of analyzing TBI data. As a postdoc, Hannah works primarily as a data scientist interested in tackling ways to better align laboratory findings with clinical objectives.