I am a vision scientist and neuroscientist studying how we interpret the complex 3D world around us. Most recently, I worked as a postdoctoral fellow at University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Dr. Emily A. Cooper. There, my research focused on stereovision and motion perception, implementing computational modeling and psychophysics as experimental tools.

I completed my PhD in Neuroscience at University of California, Davis under the supervision of Dr. Kenneth H. Britten, where I investigated how the visual system extracts information about heading from the retinal images during smooth pursuit eye movements using non-human primate models.

I have an undergraduate degree in physiology with a minor in Neuroscience from McGill University in Montreal, QC, Canada. During my undergrad studies, I worked as a research associate under the supervision of Dr. Petra Schweinhardt investigating the neurocorrelates of cortical reorganization and dysfunction in individuals with chronic pain syndromes.