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I am very interested in studying face and object perception, as well as deep learning networks. In June 2020, I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience from UC San Diego. During my undergraduate studies, I worked with Dr. Vincent Filoteo and Dr. Dawn Schiehser to research the cognitive and neuropsychiatric effects of Parkinson’s Disease. In addition to my research position, I worked as a Statistical Analyst for UCSD’s Teaching & Learning Commons, as well as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for Statistics at UCSD. My passion project in college was creating and developing the Neurodegenerative Disease Awareness Association (NDAA) at UCSD—an organization that aims to educate, serve, and fundraise for those afflicted with neurodegenerative diseases. In my free time, I love to sing, play guitar, and teach line dancing!