I'm a PosDoc in the Bonner Lab at Johns Hopkins University.
My primary research interests relate to how we perceive and understand complex stimuli such as real-world objects, animals and scenes, and how our brain organizes and represents this complex information. My approaches range from behavioral and neuroimaging paradigms, to more computational approaches utilizing deep neural networks.
I obtained a PhD in Psychology in the Fall of 2019 at Harvard University, working under the supervision of Talia Konkle.
In the past, I have worked with Alfonso Caramazza in the Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab at Harvard. Before moving to Cambridge, I had pursued a bachelor and master degree in the University of Trento, Italy. For my master thesis in Cognitive Neuroscience, I worked with Angelika Lingnau in the Perception & Action Lab.