I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at Wesleyan University.
I teach courses in cognitive neuroscience, sensation & perception, and statistics.
I also serve as an academic advisor and senior thesis advisor.
I am also a part-time Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Tufts University.
I work with Dr. Ayanna Thomas & Dr. Elizabeth Race using a variety of cognitive, neuroscience, and physiological techniques to understand the influence of repeated interviews, stress, and misinformation on eyewitness memory. Our goal is to use warnings ---a resource-minimal police practice-- to protect eyewitness memory from distortions.
In August 2018, I will begin a tenure-track faculty position at the City University of New York: John Jay!