Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science, Philosophy, and Psychology
I have a PhD in Experimental Psychology and extensive training in Philosophy and Neuroscience. I started out doing largely theoretical work on consciousness, but then got interested by the emerging field of brain imaging. I use fMRI to study attention, consciousness and social processing in the brain.
For more information about my research or how to get involved, please visit the website for the Brain, Mind, and Consciousness Lab.
For more information, check out the slideshow presentation of our department: