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B.A., Neuroscience with Honors
Vanderbilt University (Spring 2006)
“The Evolution of Human Behavior.” Vanderbilt University, Animal Behavior and Evolutionary Psychology: Spring 2012.
“Special Sensory Systems.” Vanderbilt University, Animal Behavior and Evolutionary Psychology: Spring 2012.
“The Anatomy and Genetics of Human Evolution.” Vanderbilt University, Advanced General Psychology: Fall 2011.
“Brain Evolution.” Vanderbilt University, Neuroanatomy: Fall 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.
“Brain Evolution.” Vanderbilt University, An Introduction to Biological Anthropology: Spring 2010.
Society for Neuroscience (2007-present)
Research Area: Neuroscience
Studying the structure and function of sensory systems using a variety anatomical and fucntional techniques
I am currently studying connections of the brian's sensory systems. My work involves multiunit sensory mapping, intracortical-microstimulation motor mapping, tracer injections, histological tissue processing, and data analysis using a variety of analytic techniques and design software.