I received my medical training at Stanford University, then joined the pediatric training program here at Boston Children’s Hospital. This was followed by a pediatric cardiology fellowship, including a year as Chief Fellow, and a year of subspecialty training in non-invasive imaging, including echocardiography and cardiac MRI. Once at Boston Children's, it was impossible to leave behind the amazing team so I stayed on staff. I now divide my time between the echocardiography, cardiac MRI, and cardiac CT labs, as well as inpatient and outpatient cardiac services. I also serve as the Director of Quality Improvement for the Division of Non-Invasive Imaging, and as the Associate Director of the Cardiology Consult Service. After patient care, one of my favorite aspects of my job is helping to train the next generation of pediatricians and pediatric cardiologists, so I am involved in various teaching conferences for the residents, medical students, and fellows, and I serve on our divisional educational committee and also as a faculty advisor for the categorical and imaging fellows. My research focuses on improving outcomes for children with heart disease, particularly those undergoing complex biventricular repairs, and optimizing the use and accuracy of non-invasive imaging in their care.