I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Social Mind and Body Lab at Central European University, working with Prof. Natalie Sebanz. I received my PhD in Experimental Psychology from McGill University, where I worked with Prof. Caroline Palmer in the Sequence Production Laboratory.
My research broadly addresses what factors allow humans to achieve the remarkable feat of synchronizing actions with one another in group behaviours such as ensemble music performance. I use a combination of behavioural and electroencephalography (EEG) methods to uncover processes underlying interpersonal synchrony.
In Sep 2020 I will start a Marie Curie Fellowship with Prof. Natalie Sebanz at the new CEU location in Vienna, and external collaborator Prof. Stefan Debener at the University of Oldenburg (DE).