Research Interests

As a broadly-trained cognitive neuroscientist, I concentrate on the interaction between homotopic visual and attention areas, and the impact of that interaction in behavior. I investigate large- and fine-scale dependency within networks and excitatory-inhibitory interactions which result in stable visual perception. Through understanding the fundamental relationships between regions, I develop interventions aimed to cause a cascade of functional change and result in behavioral benefit. My experimental methods include eye-tracking, brain stimulation with TMS and tES, and brain imaging using fMRI and EEG.