My research interests generally focus on the neurobiology of memory, particularly the computational role of the hippocampus and associated structures in memory formation. My work combines high-density recording of neural activity with virtual reality to study these circuits in behaving mice. We study the connections between these observations and implementations of efficient memory encoding strategies in artificial neural networks.
I completed my PhD in the laboratories of the Attila Losonczy and Stefano Fusi at Columbia. Previously, I worked with Howard Eichenbaum at Boston University.
In 2023, I will start my lab at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. Please reach out if you're a prospective masters or PhD student in computational and experimental neuroscience interested in the neurobiology of memory formation! Check out the lab page here.