Photo SpaceX, 2016.
Collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency for Flights and Fieldwork for the Advancement of Science and Technology (FAST), which provides access to high quality microgravity for testing member engineering payloads
Successful publication of Spaceflight-Associated Vascular Remodeling and Gene Expression in Mouse Calvaria in Frontiers in Physiology: Environmental, Aviation and Space Physiology, a paper that relies on microgravity life science data from multiple spaceflights for insights into histological and genetic effects of long-duration spaceflight
Authorship of a case report on the application of lower body negative pressure (LBNP) to osteoporosis outcomes, with associated applications for the microgravity environment
Response to ISS National Lab solicitation 2023-5 for collaboration on the development of professional credentials in microgravity science and engineering.