I am a second-year Ph.D student in Cognitive Science at UC San Diego working with Dr. Scott Klemmer. My research focus is in human-computer interaction. I am interested in peer learning, specifically in improving peer tutoring and peer feedback. Ultimately, my research aims to leverage technology to empower peers to teach and learn from each other. I earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology at UC Berkeley and worked in a cognitive neuroscience lab at Stanford University prior to entering graduate school. When not in lab, I enjoy playing video games, being outdoors, and exploring the San Diego food and beer scene. View my CV.