Associate Research Scientist
New York, NY
646 662 4895
Recent and Upcoming
Sept 2023 Teaching a two-part class on recording and analyzing brain activity with home-built, custom EEGs (at Genspace in Brooklyn)
Aug 2023 Published methods for the automation of single-molecule FRET data analysis (in Frontiers of Science)
May 2023 Accepted to become a writer for Towards Data Science (on Medium)
Most popular blog posts
Analyze Scientific Publications with E-utilities and Python (in Towards Data Science)
Bimodal or trimodal data? Try a Gaussian Mixture Model (in Analytics Vidhya)
A few MATLAB table tricks I had to learn the hard way (5,000 views since publishing in 2022)
I worked with multiple scholars in law to publish a comprehensive article in the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. In this article, I address how neuroscience and legal theories of criminal defense can interact in the defense of people who are accused of crimes in the context of an absuive, intimate partner relationship. The work has been referenced in multiple legal text books and was described as a "tour de force" by Federal District Court Judge Jed Rakoff (SDNY).
I worked with several partners on a diversity of projects related to both patent prosecution and litigation. I was central to drafting a patent application, preparing a practice guide that summarizes international patent laws, carrying out prior art searches, and helping write a brief for the defense in a medical device infringement case.