I'm a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Dr. Tim Brady's Vision and Memory lab at the University of California, San Diego. Before coming to sunny SD, I received my Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University, working with Dr. Jon Flombaum.
I am primarily interested in investigating the structure and content underlying visual cognition and memory. My research program derives from the fact that visual memory does not operate in a vacuum, but interacts with and is supported by other cognitive systems. By utilizing an interdisciplinary framework, I have identified several ways perception, working memory and long-term memory constrain and support one another.
You can see a list of my current Research Projects in order to see more detailed descriptions of my research. You may also be interested in my Publications, information about my Teaching and Mentorship, or you might just want to download my object stimuli set, modeling code, or other assorted Resources.
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