A few weeks ago, I was interviewed for Horizon Magazine about the research I do as part of my Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship. You can read about how the cerebellum predicts your own body movements, and thereby prevents you from being able to tickle yourself. It also tells about my current research aiming to get a...
I joined the BRAIN CoGS panel in presenting at the Labroots Neuroscience Virtual Conference on March 11, 2020. The BRAIN Cogs team, for this conference represented by Carlos Brody, Ilana Witten, Ben Engelhard, Lucas Pinto, Adrian Wanner, Stephen Keeley, and myself, share our approach to understanding working memory and decision making.
On Thursday April 25th, I presented my research to fellow postdocs at Princeton University during the PDC Seminar Series. I discussed my research studying the role of the cerebellum in decision-making, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and tickling. Thanks to the PDC Seminar Series organizers for this opportunity to share my research findings and research plans!
I have been awarded the New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence (NJ ACE) Postdoctoral Fellowship! I am very grateful to NJ ACE for their intended support for my research. Unfortunately, I will have to decline this support because of overlap with Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowship.