I am a graduate student in the Robertson Lab. Broadly, I'm interested in how memory shapes our moment-to-moment experience of the world, and in how mnemonic representations are updated with new perceptual information. Before Dartmouth, I worked as a lab tech in Nancy Kanwisher's lab at MIT, where I was lucky to work on an array of projects that used neuroimaging to investigate functional regions of interest in the human brain.
I grew up in a little fishing village in Maine and earned my Bachelor's degree from Wellesley College. Outside of lab, I am happiest on horseback, out in nature, or both.
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