About




I'm a postdoctoral research associate at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. My interests are broadly related to how we perceive and remember the world, and how attention influences our percepts and memories. My primary advisor is Nick Turk-Browne, and I have ongoing collaborations with other post-docs in the labs of Ken Norman, Jon Cohen, and Uri Hasson (see Projects for more information).

Before I was a post-doc, I naturally had to get my Ph.D. — which I did at the University of California, Davis, working with Andy Yonelinas and Charan Ranganath. Before that (you guessed it!), I had to get a Bachelor's degree, which came to me courtesy of the University of Toronto.  I worked with Morris Moscovitch while I was an undergrad there. My very first research position was with Ian Spence, also at U of T. 


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