I am a postdoctoral associate at Duke University in the Psychology and Neuroscience Department. My supervisors are Paul Seli (Mind at Large Lab) and Felipe De Brigard (Imagination and Modal Cognition Lab).
My background is in academic philosophy (action and mind), but I also work on the psychology of vigilance, mind wandering, counterfactual thinking, and moral judgment.
I got my PhD from Notre Dame in 2019. Prior to that, I was a visiting fellow at Duke (Spring 2016), a research fellow at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá (2017-2019), a research assistant in the Neurobiology Department at Stanford (Fall 2015), and a PhD student in the philosophy department at Saint Louis University (from 2012-Spring 2015).