Our memories are not perfect replications of our past experiences. They are dynamic and can be modulated by conditions at the time of encoding, consolidation, retrieval, and reconsolidation. As a postdoctoral researcher in the Dynamic Memory Lab, Alex is interested in understanding how contextual conditions during encoding affect memory representations, and how retrieval of these memories can change those representations.
Alex received his Ph.D from the University of Toronto in 2017 where he studied complex networks of the brain and how they related to clinical memory measures in people with temporal lobe epilepsy using MRI. Outside of the lab, Alex enjoys playing volleyball, basketball, and rock climbing.