Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
I am an NIH-sponsored post-doctoral researcher at Harvard Medical School in Jeremy's Wolfe's Visual Attention Lab. In my research, I study the role that attention plays in a diverse array of paradigms using a variety of neuroscience and psychophysical methods. Some current active lines of research include:
1. Using EEG and the contralateral control method to study the neural underpinnings of paying attention to multiple object / locations.
2. Using eye-tracking to understand the use of Computer- Aided Detection.
3. Using advanced eye-tracking methodology to understand how search is accomplished in volumetric space.
4. Using eye-tracking and psychophysical techniques to compare how search through visual space compares to search through memory space.
5. Studying the role of expertise in inattentional blindness:
(Special thanks to Gurjeev Sohi for making this video for us!)
My graduate work with Edward Vogel focused on fundamental questions about the neural underpinnings of memory and attention. This work is still ongoing and we are now working using EEG to understand the time-course of information transfer from one region of the brain to another. My post-doctoral work has led to some exciting new translational research that applies what we know about attention to diagnostic radiology. The ultimate goal is to decrease the error rate in diagnostic radiology.