Brandon joined the AIMS Center in 2018 to manage all web content and AIMS informational resources. He completed his BA at The University of Arizona, studying Psychology, Economics, and Information Science. Whilst at UofA, he worked as a research assistant under Dr. John Allen and Dr. Joseph Sanguinetti on several clinical psychophysiology studies involving tDCS, fMRI, and EEG data. Outside of research, Brandon's career has largely focused on strategic project management, beginning with coordinating UofA’s Innovation Space, acting as an advocate for interdisciplinary projects, new startups, and STEAM education. He then relocated to Seattle to work on a primary care innovation project at UW Medicine’s ACMO office. After further developing his project management and communications skills within startups, political organizations, and large tech companies, he has taken his diverse industry experience back to UW Medicine under the AIMS Center.