I'm a neurotechnology and virtual reality enthusiast, in the middle of transitioning into a field where I can push these technologies forward to improve the human experience.
For the past eight years, I've been conducting research that addresses how humans interact with science and technology. For example, what are people's attitudes towards the use of brain wearables that give real time feedback on mental processes? How does neuroscience influence decisions in the courtroom? How do people behave in virtual reality?
I wear many hats as a researcher which gives me a unique perspective. I worked in a cognitive neuroscience lab, a social psychology lab, and a science, law, and policy lab.