I am a PhD candidate in Social & Decision Neuroscience at Caltech and a member of the Rangel Neuroeconomics Lab. I utilize tools from economics, neuroscience, and psychology to study how attention, perception, and context affect human decision-making. Prior to coming to Caltech, I earned my MA in Economics from Columbia University and completed a predoctoral fellowship at Columbia Business School (Economics Division). Outside of academics, I am an avid rock climber, snowboarder, and energy expenditure enthusiast.
PhD Social & Decision Neuroscience, 2024
California Institute of Technology
MA Economics, 2017
BA Economics, 2016
New York University