i am a behavioural neuroscientist, musician and sound designer, with a special interest in how our experiences help shape our sensory and motor systems. my research focuses on the science that underpins performance in all its forms. some of my work focuses on creating immersive auditory and multisensory experiences for audiences in live and virtual environments. other work of mine explores how to improve training methods for health professionals, musicians and athletes, though my research generalises to many other domains. my lab also studies how we evaluate performance, particularly in high-stakes environments, and applications of data science (maching learning) techniques across various domains.
the 'big picture' questions driving my work are how learning, practice and experience change our brain, and the way that information flows between different neural systems.
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hamilton, ontario, l8s 4l8, canada
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