B.S., Cornell University, 2014
I graduated from Cornell University in 2014 with a degree in Human Development and a concentration in Developmental Behavioral Neuroscience and spent the last two years working as the laboratory manager for the Cognitive Aging and Neuroimaging Lab at Penn State University. During my time at Penn State, my research focused on the study of neural architecture underlying false memory. I am excited to join the Memory Modulation Lab in Boston College, where I will look to continue my work studying the cognitive neuroscience of memory.
Outside of the lab I love to ski (fast), play soccer, run, workout, read a good book, and I am an avid soccer and football fan.