About Me

I am a PhD student in Harvard's Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology program. I work in Dr. John Gabrieli's and Dr. Pawan Sinha's labs at MIT.

I am broadly interested in understanding the neural underpinnings of individual differences, with a specific interest in speech and language processing, and motor system engagement, in autism. I use behavioral, neuroimaging, and speech processing techniques to investigate these questions.

I have a background in Neuroscience from Hamilton College and speech-language pathology from Boston University. Before starting my doctoral work, I was a speech-language pathologist, clinical research assistant, and translational neuroscience research assistant at Boston Children's Hospital.