Research

My undergraduate research days were spent in the Yau Lab at the Baylor College of Medicine. There I worked on developing a Bayesian inference model to explain repulsive multisensory cue interactions. I presented this work at SfN 2016IMRF 2017, and CCN 2017 (&paper).

I also often fled north to escape hot Houston summers…  🙂

Thanks to an NSF-REU, I spent some time at MIT working in the lab of Mehrdad Jazayeri. My work there focused on understanding how variability in perception, inference, and memory influences sensorimotor timing.

I spent another summer at the beautiful Janelia Research Campus as a part of the JUS program (which is also how I met these pretty awesome people). There, Josh Dudman taught me to record from neurons, and together we tried to understand how the striatum might represent action kinematics.