I am a PhD student in Neuroscience at Princeton University where I am advised by and work with Jonathan Pillow in the Pillow Lab. I additionally collaborate with Ryan Adams in the Laboratory for Intelligent Probabilistic Systems. My interests are in statistical neuroscience and probabilistic machine learning, and my current research projects include latent variable models of neural activity during decision-making, scalable analyses for neural data, and randomized algorithms. Previously, I received an MPhil in Engineering at the University of Cambridge as part of the Computational and Biological Learning Lab where I was advised by Mate Lengyel. Before that, I obtained a B.S. in electrical engineering from Michigan State University.
PhD in Neuroscience, 2017-present
MPhil in Engineering, 2016
University of Cambridge
BS in Electrical Engineering, 2015
Michigan State University