I received my Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience at Dartmouth College in 2010, where I studied auditory categorization processing in the brain using various types of stimuli including music, speech, and everyday sounds. Since the beginning of 2011, I have carried out several research projects at Penn with both healthy and patient populations. The current postdoctoral research has focused primarily on auditory processing in the context of aging and hearing loss with Dr. Murray Grossman and Dr. Jonathan Peelle (http://jonathanpeelle.net/). My doctoral and postdoctoral research is largely based upon state-of-the-art neuroimaging (fMRI) combined with behavioral experiments.
As of August 2016, I will begin to carry out research programs and teaching at Dept. of Speech and Hearing Science (https://sphs.osu.edu/) under the purview of university-wide Discovery Theme Inititive (DTI) for Chronic Brain Injury (CCBI) at the Ohio State University.