I work with Gordon Pennycook and David Rand. I enjoy exploring and integrating ideas from different disciplines and experimenting with computational methods for studying and improving decision making.
During my Ph.D., I worked with Michael Inzlicht (social neuroscientist in Toronto), Cendri Hutcherson (decision neuroscientist in Toronto), and Mike X Cohen (neuroscientist and writer in The Netherlands). I also worked with Bernardo Blum (economist in Toronto).
For my Ph.D., I analyzed simulated and real neural time-series data, and tried to figure out how to best use high-dimensional neural data to study how we and/or our brains make decisions.
I'm always looking for new opportunities to apply and improve my skills on experimental methodology, causal inference, data science, and machine learning, time-series analysis, signal processing, and so on (classical and jazz piano playing and composition)...
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