I am a neuroscience PhD candidate at UC San Francisco where I study the neural mechanisms of sound sequence discrimination in the auditory cortex of zebra finches. Previously, I worked on the neural mechanisms and behavioral strategies that enable big brown bats to navigate by echolocation.
In addition to my scientific research work, I have many years of experience developing software and hardware to control experiments and analyze large datasets in neuroscience and beyond.
I am also an avid sailor and kitesurfer and spend as much of my spare time as possible getting out on the ocean in one way or another.
Kite Powered V15 "JACKAROE" in the San Francisco Bay