As one of the former lab managers and a current graduate student in the DML, I help with many of the logistical aspects involved with having a fully functional lab. I also assist with fMRI, EEG, brain stimulation, and behavioral data collection in the lab. I am broadly interested in studying the underlying neural processes involved in episodic memory. Specifically, how neural oscillations can influence successful memory formation and retrieval. My current work focuses on manipulating oscillatory states via brain stimulation, reward, and audio visual entrainment while simultaneously recording EEG; in order to determine a causal role between oscillations and memory. Before joining the DML, I received my B.S. in Biological Psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara. Outside the lab, I enjoy playing music, writing music, spending time with my dog, and hiking.