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My research investigates the effects of culture and social contexts on human development, brain processes, and genetics. I'm particularly interested in the relationship between the social world and psychiatric disorders. I investigate these research questions through behavioral, neuroimaging, and genetic studies.

Assistant Professor, Cognitive Science Program
Social and Cultural Neuroscientist

Aarhus University, School for Society and Culture, Interacting Minds Center (IMC)

Ph.D., Neuroscience
McGill University, Faculty of Medicine, Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience

M.Sc., Transcultural Mental Health
Queen Mary University of London, Wolfson School of Medicine
Clinical Internship: UCLA, David Geffen School of Medicine

M.Sc., Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience
University of Osnabrück, Institute for Cognitive Science
Clinical Internship: Johns Hopkins Medicine, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Research Assistant, Psychiatry and Neuroscience
Johns Hopkins Medicine, Kennedy Krieger Institute

B.A., Philosophy
New College of Florida, Honors College


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