I grew up in a small town in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. My father is an irrigation engineer, and my mother is a tailor. Inspired by my parents, I love both science and art.
Today I am a PhD student in the Bioengineering and Global WACh Certificate Programs at the University of Washington. At work in the Lutz lab, I develop diagnostic devices to improve access to healthcare in low-resource settings. Outside the lab, I am a furniture builder, a painter, and a food designer.