I am a lab manager in the Robertson Lab at Dartmouth College. My projects are focused on scene perception and virtual reality. I graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Psychobiology from UCLA where I worked in the Zili Liu Lab of Perceptual Processing and Computational Learning, most closely with Dr. Chela Willey and Andrew Silva, investigating the effects of visual motion stimuli on vestibular responses. In addition, I have worked on methamphetamine addiction clinical trials through the UCLA Center of Behavioral and Addiction Medicine.
I am a Los Angeles native and a recent transplant to the Upper Valley. When not in lab, I can likely be found at a cafe reading a book (currently reading: The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov), expanding my collection of vinyl records, or wandering through the local hiking trails.
Exploring music genres, nature, coffee, all the food