A little about me . . .
I'm currently a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Brain, Behavior, and Cognition program at Boston University and supported by the NINDS F31 fellowship.
I work in the lab of Chandramouli Chandrasekaran researching how decision-making unfolds in the prefrontal cortex of rhesus macaques.
I expect to graduate early in 2026 but am starting early and exploring potential postdocs working at the intersection of cell types and decision-making. I'm especially interested in labs that leverage both electrophysiology and molecular techniques in order to study neural dynamics.
In keeping with the utility of a personal science website, I will mostly use this as a place to self-advertise. However, one thing I've come to realize is that the process of doing science is extremely different than it might appear on social media with every grant, single digit percentiled; every person, on an NIH fellowship; and every paper, appearing from thin air, fully-realized.