I am a Cognitive Neuroscience PhD candidate in the Psychological Brain Sciences Department at Dartmouth College. I work with Professor Luke Chang in the Computational Social Affective Neuroscience Lab, and study the neurobiological substrates of social and affective decision-making using facial expressions, psychophysiology, and neuroimaging. Previously, I completed my BA in Psychology with certificates in Neuroscience and Finance at Princeton University. Subsequently, I worked as a lab manager for Matthew Botvinick at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Check out my neurotree here.
I also enjoy using data analytics and machine learning to solve real world problems and have won the 2019 Thayer Consulting Case Competition as well as the Dartmouth Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) Business and Innovation Award, Best Dartmouth Community Hack, and Second Best Hack award at Dartmouth hackathons. I also initiated, developed, and deployed project Line@KAF that uses computer vision and neural network models to provide a virtual view of the line at a notoriously busy campus café on mobile and web applications. I enjoy working with others while brainstorming about interesting problems, prototyping apps and ideas, and implementing solutions.