Curriculum Vitae
In 2002 I began my studies in physics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University where I took an interested in child development and cognitive psychology. I began my postgraduate studies at Georgetown University in 2009 and completed my PhD at American University in Washington, DC. My dissertation explored overlapping structural and functional findings in co-morbid ADHD and Autism with a focus on the cerebellar contributions to whole-brain networks. In summer 2015 I moved to the Netherlands to join NICHE.

Current Research Projects
Structural MRI and resting state network analysis of comorbid ADHD and Autism, again with a particular focus on cerebellar contributions to whole-brain network findings. The aim of these projects is to delineate between shared and comorbid neural contributions to developmental disorder.