Jennings Hall 374
1735 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
- PhD in Neuroscience, MS in Statistics, University of Texas at Austin, 2019
I am interested in statistical and mathematical methods in neuroscience. In the past I have focused on kinematic analysis of behavioral data with the goal of identifying and understanding behavioral phenotypes in rodent models of stress disorders. I am currently involved in a collaborative project that seeks to implement kinematic analysis of rodent behavioral data to identify low-dimensional structures in learned forelimb movements in service of examining cerebellar contributions to motor control.