Melbounre Brain Center - Austin Campus
I received my PhD from Boston University, using computational modeling to study the neural substrates of developmental stuttering and induced fluency. After my PhD, I investigated white matter and functional anomalies in stuttering in Bar-Ilan University, as well as the neural control of drawing movements in the Weizmann Institute of Science. Currently, I’m a postdoctoral fellow at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, where I develop tools to study structural and functional connectivity in the human brain. During my academic career, I utilized multiple research methodologies, including diffusion MRI, fMRI, MEG, and camera-based motion tracking.