I am currently a pediatric neuropsychologist at E. P. Bradley Hospital and assistant professor (research) at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. My work centers on how and why cognitive dysfunction emerges in childhood neuropsychiatric disorders. In the clinical setting, I conduct neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents with various neuropsychiatric disorders to help guide interventions. One arm of my research focuses on characterizing the clinical and neurocognitive phenotype of autism and rare genetic mutations. The other arm of my research utilizes EEG, TMS, and behavioral tools to measure and modulate the neurobiological mechanisms that underlying cognitive control deficits in children and adolescents.