Post-baccalaureate IRTA Fellow
Matt earned his B.Sc. in Psychological Sciences from William & Mary in Virginia with a minor in Economics. During his time at W&M Matt focused on human cognition, working closely with Dr. Chris Ball and the Human Cognition Laboratory. Their work was focused on human executive functioning and higher order cognition. Matt completed a senior honors thesis, which looked at the mediating factors involved in a commonly used and poorly understood cognitive test. Joining the Chudasama lab in 2022 and working with Dr. Messanvi, Matt hopes to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of neural circuitry and anatomy. In his free time Matt is a photographer, likes to cook and garden, and enjoys the outdoors.