I'm a cognitive neuroscientist in the Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at Yale University. My research explores how we sustain attention (or fail to do so) and how insights from attention research can be used to improve focus. In particular, I build models that predict individual differences in attention and cognition from patterns of functional connectivity in the brain.
I came to Yale from the Boston Attention and Learning Lab, where I examined attention fluctuations with Michael Esterman. Before that, I studied cognitive neuroscience at Brown University, where I worked on cognitive control and memory with David Badre.