I'm a graduate student in the lab, and I'm interested in individuals' unique sensory experiences. Over the next few years, I'm hoping to explore the role sensory perception plays in helping us to remember, imagine, and connect. Before coming to Dartmouth, I managed autism research projects for a group of labs in Brain & Cognitive Sciences at MIT.
My family lives in Boston, rural Indiana, and coastal North Carolina, so all of those places feel like home to me. En route to becoming a scientist, I have also been a speech therapist, a gymnastics coach, a vineyard scout, and a telemarketer.
Thrift stores, cookies, and taking naps with my dog