About me

I'm a cognitive neuroscientist interested in how the brain extracts meaning from complex visual inputs.

How do we process information about people and their actions and interactions? What are the computations that extract generalizable information from visual features? To answer these questions, I combine computational tools from machine learning with neuroimaging methods (MEG and EEG).

I'm currently working with Yalda Mohsenzadeh and Jody Culham at Western University in London, Ontario, investigating the neural and computational bases of multimodal action understanding.

Previously, I worked with Leyla Isik at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on naturalistic action perception. I completed my PhD at CUBRIC in Wales, where I worked with Krish Singh on face and scene perception using MEG.

In my spare time I like to travel and I sometimes write speculative fiction.