I am an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Barnard College. My research combines approaches from machine learning, experimental psychology, and cognitive neuroscience in order to understand the processes that enable rapid visual perception.

I graduated from the MIT with a PhD in Cognitive Science in 2009. I did postdoctoral training in Jeremy Wolfe’s Visual Attention Lab, and Fei-Fei Li’s Stanford Vision Lab. I was previously a faculty member in the Neuroscience Program at Bates College.

My full CV is available here.