I’m a cognitive neuroscientist interested in visual perception and memory. I use behavioral, computational, and neural methods to investigate how visual experiences are transformed into flexible long-term memories. My research is funded by an NIH Blueprint D-SPAN F99/K00 Award.

Currently, I’m a postdoctoral scientist in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University, where I work with Mariam Aly and Josh Jacobs. I received my PhD in Psychology from NYU in 2019, where I was supervised by Jon Winawer and Brice Kuhl. Prior to graduate school, I was a research assistant in Anthony Wagner’s lab at Stanford University. I earned a BA in Human Biology from Stanford in 2011.