I am a sixth-year graduate student in the Department of Psychology at Florida International University, specializing in Cognitive Neuroscience.
I graduated from Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) with a B.A. in Psychology, before spending two years as a research assistant at the Translational Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience lab at the University of California, Davis.
I’m primarily interested in neuroinformatics (tool-building for cognitive neuroscience), reproducible neuroimaging research, and semi-advanced fMRI denoising.
I am the project maintainer for NiMARE, a Python package for neuroimaging meta-analyses, and a core contributor to tedana, a library for denoising multi-echo fMRI data.
I also contribute to a number of neuroimaging-related Python tools, like fMRIPrep, the physiopy suite, and heudiconv.
If you’d like to get in touch with me, feel free to email me or message me on the BrainHack Mattermost.