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. I work among like-minded people in the Turk-Browne Lab; together, we use complementary approaches to better understand learning and memory.



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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