- Research Program Mentor
PhD Doctor of Philosophy candidate
neuroscience, psychology, cognitive sciences, anthropology, public policy, sociology, public health
Using Human Centered Design to Develop an Implicit Bias Intervention
Implicit Bias is a well documented source that reinforces and encourages systemic biases in positions of power. Using principles of human centered design, including empathy, strategy, and building for scalability and sustainability, we can develop targeted interventions for people with positions of power to address their potential biases and learn how to mitigate or overcome them.
Integrating Neuroethics and Public Policy
The more we understand about the brain and human behavior, the more we need to amend and adjust laws and policies that may do more harm than good. What are some current advances in neuroethics that can directly alter current laws and policies in play?