- I am a research associate in Matt Nock's Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. We study why people think about suicide and try to kill themselves so that one day we can prevent suicide.
- Suicide "planning steps" prior to a suicide attempt (paper and clinical interview)
- Basic decision-making using reinforcement learning computational models (basic science paper, clinical paper forthcoming).
- Implicit cognitions - unconscious biases - about death to try to predict who is at risk of suicidal behaviors (paper and Python IAT analysis tool).
- I value open science and reproducibility. I publicly post Jupyter notebooks containing code of complete analysis (example) and I make data publicly available when possible. Any tools I develop are free and open source.