I graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor in Health Sciences (Honours) degree. Coming to grips that my talents and interests were outside of medicine, I turned a 180 and found myself in a PhD program at the same school. From the Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour department, I am able to hone my interests within the realms of Cognition and Perception. My current interests involve studying multitasking and driving; I hope to develop more intuitive designs for human-machine interfaces (think head-up displays, instrument panels, indicator lights, and so on).
Passionate about psychology, code, photography and healthcare, my true love turned out to be user experience research and design!