I am a currently a graduate student in the Vision Science PhD program at the University of California, Berkeley. Previously, I worked as a research assistant in Dr. Jeremy Wolfe's Visual Attention Lab at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. During my time at the Visual Attention Lab I worked on projects investigating radiological search, and what search strategies radiologists use. I was also involved in projects related to Hybrid Search, which is the combination (or hybrid) of visual search and memory search. I completed my Bachelor’s degree at Brandeis University where I worked with Dr. Robert Sekuler on projects exploring audiovisual integration and the role of musicianship. Currently, I am in the middle of first year rotations, and look forward to eventually settling in to my home lab. I plan to continue my work in understanding the visual system in graduate school and beyond.