Graduate Student, Cognitive Neuroscience
I graduated from Marquette University in 2016 and joined the REMEDY group as an affiliate member (with primary membership in the Mattfeld lab) in 2020. My research is centered on the neurobiological mechanisms underlying negative overgeneralization in children and adolescents with anxiety. I am broadly interested in how neural circuits go awry, thereby affecting emotion control and memory. My goal is to bridge neuroscience and clinical approaches to detect early disruptions in neurodevelopment that could contribute to neurodevelopmental disorders.