I’m a neuroscientist studying the neural basis of skilled movement, like balancing a cane on your hand or throwing a ball. I built this website to share my research and my experience as a scientist.
As a doctoral student in the Miller Limb Lab, I studied proprioception (the internal sense of body position, movement, and forces) and how the brain processes this information. Now, I’m a postdoctoral scholar in the SMILE Lab at the University of Pittsburgh, studying how the brain integrates this sensation with motor control for complex, feedback-driven tasks, like moving a full cup of coffee.
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