- Email Address
- [email protected]ca
- Research Areas
- Research Keywords
- Research Description
I am a systems neuroscientist performing both fundamental and applied research related to eye movements and how they interact with cognitive and executive functions. This is accomplished with eye-tracking behavioral studies and computational models.
- Research Summary
I study the neurophysiology of cognitive processes. My research focuses on eye movements and how they interact with cognitive and executive functions. For example, I explore how features are integrated across multiple brain areas to form object representations, how attention and object representations drive eye movements, and how the visual system prioritizes peripersonal space. I am also interested in the networks in the brain that perform all these processes and how they can be impaired due to concussion and subconcussive impacts.
- Locations of international collaborators
University of Goettingen, German Primate Center (Germany); Vanderbilt University (USA); Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Mexico); University of Innsbruck (Austria); University of Birmingham (UK).