My research focuses on the cognitive effects of cancer diagnosis and treatment (including surgical intervention, anesthetic treatment, and chemotherapy treatment) within the Neurocognitive Research Laboratory headed by Dr. Tim Ahles. I utilize neuroimaging techniques to investigate the effects of cancer treatment on cognition, as well as on brain structure and function.
I completed my postdoctoral training in clinical neuropsychology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and a second fellowship in neuroimaging at Weill Cornell Medical College. I also completed a predoctoral residency in neuropsychology at Yale University School of Medicine.
I am an active member of the International Neuropsychological Society, the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, and the American Psychological Association.