I received my undergraduate degree in computer science/biomedical physics from Washington University in St. Louis. Following this, I spent three years as a clinical neuroscience research fellow with the McPartland Lab at the Yale Child Study Center.
To combine my intellectual interests in vision, technology, psychology, and data science together with the counsel of smart and passionate people.
My research investigates analytic approaches to eye movement data so that useful new higher-order metrics can be found and applied to disease diagnosis, psychological assessment, and more.
To pursue my intellectual muses, to produce interesting and exciting research, and to inspire new generations of scientists with a passion for learning.
Laying around with my cat Ada, playing piano, and making artsy things.