3210 Tolman Hall
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720
I am a neuroscience graduate student working in David Whitney's lab at UC Berkeley. I study perception and the visual system using fMRI and psychophysics. I am interested in how we perceive the world as stable and continuous even though the brain is constantly receiving noisy and incomplete visual information, due to factors like eye movements and occlusion.
As an undergraduate, I studied psychology and human biology at Stanford University. I was a research assistant and lab manager in Kalanit Grill-Spector's Vision & Perception Neuroscience lab , where I examined the development and organization of high-level visual cortex. I have been a UC Berkeley graduate student with David Whitney since 2011.