I am a laboratory technician and research assistant. Currently, I am helping with Gideon Dunster's project which measures activity and sleep patterns within two rural communities in Argentina, looking at the effects of electricity and different moon phases on sleep. I graduated from UW in Spring of 2017, with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in Philosophy. As an undergraduate, I won essay awards in Columbia University's bioethics contest, and the International Neuroethics Society's student/postdoc contest. Additionally, I was deeply involved with the UW Mock Trial Team, earning individual top performance awards at tournaments across the country. I was President and captain as an undergraduate, and currently am a full-time coach with the program.
I am still in the process of exploring potential graduate school options. At this point, I am interested in going into law or studying the intersection of neuroscience in the courtroom... but I am keeping my options open!