I graduated with a BA, Psychology from UC Berkeley in 2017. At the moment, my research focuses on understanding the nature and utility of consolidation during post-encoding rest periods. Outside of the lab, you’ll find me expanding my collection of concert tickets, getting caught in the rain, or experiencing good food (sometimes in that order).
I’m a sophomore undergraduate at Temple University studying Neuroscience. My research stems from a curiosity in health care disparity and cognitive disorders. In my free time, I like to bike around the city, finding new places to eat and relax
I am a junior undergraduate studying behavioral neuroscience at Northeastern University. During my research co-op I will be studying many aspects of the adaptive memory system, especially in populations at-risk for psychosis. In my free time, I enjoy listening to all types of music and going to concerts.
Science is more joyful when you work with other great people!