I am a vibrant and motivated individual with an interest in the brain and its relationship to human behavior.
My thesis focused on binding profiles of potential third generation anti-psychotics, in particular, neurotensin analogs. While studying many and developing one drug professionally, I began to produce another drug through an exhilarating process called homebrewing. The flexibility, history, and science behind brewing took me captive.
By the time I graduated with my MS I knew where my motivations and dreams lived and began to acquire the skills I would need to make them a reality. I quickly earned my AAS in Brewing, Distillation, and Fermentation and am looking forward to creating, operating, and getting lost in my own craft brewery some day in the foreseeable future.
Both science and brewing have been enjoyable and invigorating experiences so far and I am hungry to continue my pursuit of knowledge while I master my craft. I believe in working hard, being assertive, and bringing fresh perspectives into new light all while wearing a smile; after all, work is a state of mind.