- I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for a project examining decision-making among people with a history of suicidal behaviors (see Research for more details).
- Harvard University, PhD in Clinical Psychology, 2015
- Northwestern University, BA in History, 2002
- I work closely with Matt Nock, Sam Gershman and Hanneke den Ouden.
- My graduate school advisors at Harvard were Diego Pizzagalli and Matt Nock.
- I have designed and managed experimental studies (online and in laboratory and hospital settings) using self-report measures, clinical interviews and behavioral tasks (including some I developed).
- I use advanced statistical techniques, such as statistical simulations, network analysis, resampling procedures and linear mixed-models.
- My current fellowship is focused on learning computational modeling techniques.
- I value open science and reproducibility. I conduct analyses in Jupyter notebooks that provide an entire data analysis stream (example) and I make data publicly available when possible.
- I write code in Python, as well as R and Matlab. I have created Python packages to analyze behavioral tasks, such as the Implicit Association Test.