About Me

The human brain is the most amazing machine in the world, and I want to figure out how it works. I also think math and computers are pretty cool, so I'm working at the Neuroscience Statistics Research Lab at MIT to help develop new signal processing algorithms. Those algorithms can help us analyze EEG data, which can help us understand the brain in general and monitor anesthesia patients in particular. When I'm not in the lab, I like to hack on computer programs, mix cocktails, and play in LARPs.