William James Hall, 9th Floor
33 Kirkland St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
I am a post-doctoral researcher with Alfonso Caramazza, working at the Harvard University. I did my graduate work in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences department at MIT.
My research is aimed at the following questions:
Neural Organization of Object Knowledge:
What are the organizational principles of object-selective cortex? How does neural organization relate to the architecture of the mind? What phylogenetic and ontological factors determine the organization of the cortex?
How is our cognitive architecture shaped by demands of an active observer in the world? What do memory and adaptation paradigms reveal about the nature of object representation? How does incoming information become integrated into existing knowledge over time?