I'm a postdoctoral researcher in the department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT and, starting Fall 2017, an asisstant professor in the Department of Psychology at Yale (!). My research combines computational modeling with behavioral studies to understand how we use abstract concepts to make sense of the world. To date, much of my work has specifically looked at the fundamental concepts and computations underlying our ability to reason about other people's minds. If you want to learn more, this paper summarises much of my research.
I will be looking for a lab manager and graduate students soon. Get in touch if you want to join the lab!