Clinical Research Assistant II
B.S., Computer Science, Duke University
Christopher graduated in 2019 from Duke University with a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, minoring in computational biology. He joined the Berenson-Allen Center in June 2019, and now works with Dr. Michael Fox at the Center for Brain Circuit Therapeutics.
In his free time, Christopher enjoys reading, writing, and playing guitar.
Christopher hopes to gain knowledge and experience in clinical research at the Center for Brain Circuit Therapeutics, integrating his computer science background with his interest in medicine. He plans to pursue an M.D. degree in the future.