How do we make complex decisions when the facts are ambiguous? I investigate this question by analyzing neural data, building computational models and designing behavioral tasks. My scientific interests include neural networks, reinforcement learning, systems neuroscience and computational psychiatry. In particular, I care about how decision-making is altered in conditions such as autism. At present, I am a postdoctoral researcher with John Murray at the Yale School of Medicine and a research scientist at the Child Mind Institute's Autism Center.
You can find more about my academic and professional background on my CV.
I am always looking for new collaborators, interesting conversations and fearless ski buddies. You can reach me via email: email@example.com.