INS 2022 poster.pdf

INS 2022 Poster

Poster presentation at the International Neuropsychological Society 2022 Annual Meeting (virtual due to COVID-19)


My dissertation research explores how cognitive systems dysfunction in patients with reading and writing deficits and how this can inform our understanding of these networks in the healthy human brain. My research incorporates graph theoretic analyses of diffusion tensor imaging data and behavioral studies of neuropsychological patients to model written and spoken language processes and recovery in the brain.

Masters Thesis

My masters thesis project investigated visually guided reaching in a patient with optic ataxia, a deficit in reaching to peripheral visual targets, using neuropsychological and eye-tracking methods, currently under review at Cognitive Neuropsychology.