My introduction to research began during my time at UC Davis, where I obtained my B.S. in psychology (biology emphasis). As an undergraduate, I assisted in investigating attention, visual working memory, and language processing using EEG/ERPs and eye-tracking. Upon graduating, I obtained clinical experience as a psychometrist in a private neuropsychology practice, which led to my interest in working with aging populations. After my short stint away from research, I excitedly joined the UCSF Decision Lab to examine Decision-Making in Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias, as well as Genes, Brains and Decisions where I hope to aid in understanding the decision making processes in clinical populations.