PhD Candidate in Neuroscience
I’m a computational neuroscientist researching neurobiological factors underlying sex and cognition. I earned my BSc in Neuroscience in 2017 from McGill University before moving to Weill Cornell Medicine to pursue my PhD in Neuroscience under the supervision of Amy Kuceyeski in the CoCo (Computational Connectomics) Lab.
My scientific work integrates my expertise in neuroimaging, connectomics, and machine learning to quantify multimodal correlates of sex and cognition, and develop connectome-based predictive models for sex and cognition.
Apart from my research, I’m actively involved in educational outreach and community leadership. In my free time, I enjoy travelling, hiking, kayaking, reading, wine tasting, and cooking.