Michael received his B.S. in Biology with a Computer Science minor at Boston College in the Spring of 2017. After briefly interning with the Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C. that summer, Michael started his Biomedical Engineering PhD in Dr. Corr's lab in the Fall of 2017.
Michael's work in the lab primarily consists of assessing the effects of biomechanical and chemical stimuli on engineered tendon fibers, synthesized in a previously established model. He has also done some work with biomechanical characterization of electrospun polymers and PDMS gels used for bioprinting. Outside of lab, Michael enjoys reading, skiing, and fine dining.