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My fascination with Astrobiology began during my sophomore year as an undergraduate student at Tennessee State University. Shortly after my introduction to this new and exciting field, in the form of a research opportunity funded by NASA, I began my journey in "astrobiotechnology" - applying technology to the questions of astrobiology. One of the most rewarding aspects of astrobiotechnology is the interdisciplinary environment that is formed as a result of bridging the gap between science and technology.
My current research, as a graduate student in the Science and Technical Communication department at the University of Washington, focuses on the development of tools using various Usability Engineering principles. The skills I have acquired in User Interface Design and Human Computer Interaction will prove beneficial in the planning and execution required during the transition from robotic rovers to human exploration.
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