About myself

A fellow in the Ecole des Neurosciences de Paris (ENP) graduate program, I am currently a PhD student in Dr. Stanislas Dehaene's lab at Neurospin, CEA Saclay, Paris (France).

Prior to moving to France in August 2012, I was a post-baccaleaureate fellow with Dr. Tobias Egner at Duke University, where I used behavioral and neuroimaging methods to investigate a wide range of topics related to cognitive control, feature integration, and working memory. 

I am generally very interested in cognitive neuroscience and have a particular affinity for the study of consciousness, emotions, and higher cognitive functions, such as attention and memory. Currently, I hope to gain a better understanding of the neural bases of consciousness, in particular regarding its delineation from attention and working memory.