PhD Student in Cognitive Psychology at New York University
I am principally interested in uncovering how fast-neuronal activity across large-scale brain networks supports memory and attentional processes. Most recently, I have been working to understand the temporal sequence of neuronal events (on the order of milliseconds) across human default and dorsal attention networks. This research aims to elucidate the temporal processing stages underlying externally-oriented attention, and provide unknown information about their inter-network interaction. In my research, I am leveraging intracranial EEG recordings, which offer high temporal resolution (on the order of milliseconds), as well as fMRI and computational modeling techniques.