"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
- Nikola Tesla
M.S. in Psychological Sciences (Behavioral Neuroscience concentration) and Graduate Certificate studies in the Neurobiology of Language from the University of Connecticut.
B.A. in Psychology from the University of Hartford, graduated (spring 2013) summa cum laude with University Honors and Thesis.
Research interests include auditory neuroscience, neuroplasticity, bio/neurofeedback, and perception of music.
My research mainly utilizes physiological measures, specifically EEG/ERP, EMG, as well as behavioral experiments to look at how the brain processes and codes complex rhythms, and how music can be used as a non-invasive form of therapeutic stimulation.