I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Psychology and Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. I work with Sabine Kastner in the Neuroscience of Attention & Perception Laboratory. Before coming to Princeton, I worked with Gregory McCarthy as a research assistant after finishing my undergraduate studies in Cognitive Science at Yale University.

I use neuroimaging methods to study the neural basis of the development of visual selective attention in middle childhood (roughly age 6 to 12). My research emphasizes interactions between attention and various factors that also develop significantly within the age range, such as sensory processing and higher-order cognitive skills (e.g., reading, math).