I specialize in longitudinal data analysis in neurorehabilitation. These data might be neural time-series data in EEG or clinical longitudinal data from electronic medical records. I conduct basic and applied experiments to explore the neural changes that accompany motor learning and rehabilitation. I regularly collaborate with other researchers to conduct advanced statistical analyses, establish the validity/reliability of neural and behavioral measures, and conduct meta-scientific research.
- MA, Cognitive Psychology, University of Colorado
- PhD, Psychology, Cognitive Science, & Neuroscience, University of Colorado
- Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Rehabilitation Science/Motor Learning, University of British Columbia