I graduated from the department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh in 2005. I am currently an associate professor in the Philosophy Department at Georgia State University. I work primarily in philosophy of mind. I am also an associate member of the newly formed Neuroscience Institute (NI), and I chair the Interdisciplinary Committee of the NI. Finally, I just became the new editor of the Emotion Researcher, the Newsletter of the International Society for Research on Emotions.
My current research focuses on three main areas:
I also contribute to organizing the Neurophilosophy Forum, which gathers a group of faculty and students who meet to discuss issues at the intersection of philosophy, neuroscience, and cognitive psychology.