Year: 2014 – Present
Program: PhD in Clinical Psychology
Concentration: Clinical Neuropsychology
B.A. (2014) Skidmore College, Major: Neuroscience and Psychology (Double Major)
My research interests include examining cognitive impairment and developing therapies for neuropsychological disorders using tools such as eye-tracking, virtual reality, and neuroimaging. In the past, I have used eye-tracking to study reading impairments in individuals with pure alexia and have also used joint eye-tracking and fMRI to study brain regions involved in reading.
Fun fact: When I was 6 years old, I rode a camel around the pyramids in Egypt.