I am a cognitive neuroscientist in the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley. My research aims to better understand the cognitive, computational, and causal basis of cognitive control through an approach that is grounded in both experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience.

I use neuroimaging, formal models of behavior, and various neurostimulation techniques (off-line TMS, rhythmic TMS, and simultaneous TMS-fMRI) to investigate the neural systems and brain-wide causal dynamics that support cognitive control. Learn more about my overall research approach or specific projects.