I am a neuroscientist passionate about movement. Outside the lab, I am climbing and hiking throughout North America.
I am from Winnipeg, Canada. I completed a B.Sc. in Psychology at Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario) where I was supervised by Ingrid Johnsrude. I then worked with Ingrid Johnsrude and Stefan Kohler at Western University prior to starting my graduate studies.
I actively persue teaching opportunities. I've helped teach courses on data science, neural networks, statistics, and website design, and I've organized instructional workshops on do-it-yourself approaches for neural analyses and the how-tos for engaging scientific presentations. I help students brainstorm projects that motivate them, and help guide them to write their own analyses from the ground-up so that they appreciate what goes on behind the scenes.