I am a PhD student in the Lifespan Cognitive Neuroscience concentration. I graduated from the University of Southern California in 2016, where I doubled majored in Physics and Psychology. I joined the lab in 2017 after working as a laboratory manager at the University of California Davis with Drs. Amanda E. Guyer and Paul D. Hastings. I study the neurocomputational basis of interpersonal perception, learning and decision-making in social contexts, and emotional experiences that are shared (i.e., interactions with others) or vicarious (i.e., affective empathy).