I am a research assistant at Dr. Cathleen Moore’s Iowa Attention and Perception Laboratory located in the Psychological and Brain Sciences Building. Our research focuses on visual cognition, which includes understanding visual processing, visual attention, perceptual organization, and more.
I really enjoy research because it is a great way to make a difference in the world as an undergraduate student. I hope that my contributions to research throughout my undergraduate years will help improve people’s lives all across the world. Since I am a neuroscience major, researching visual cognition has been especially enjoyable because of how it directly relates to the coursework that I am currently completing for my degree.
In my free time, I like to play soccer, basketball, and bike!