I'm a graduate student working with Professors David Touretzky and A. David Redish. Most of my time is spent in Pittsburgh, PA, where I'm an MD/PhD student at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon (Robotics Institute and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition), but I periodically visit the Redish lab at the University of Minnesota and have attended some extremely fun neuroscience courses in Woods Hole, MA (MBL, Neural Systems and Behavior) and in Oeiras, Portugal (IGC, Hippocampus and Navigation).
In general, I am interested in how the brain constructs representations of the world and uses them to support behavior and cognitive functions.
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