Academic and Research Experience
January 2003-present: California State University, Fresno.
I am currently an associate professor of psychology in the College of Math and Science. I teach courses in neuroscience and animal behavior in the Psychology Department and a course on global trends for the Smittcamp Honor’s College. My research interests are in human and animal decision making, psychophysiology and electroencephalography.
2001 – 2003: Oxford University Zoology Department.
I was a post-doctoral researcher working in the Behavioral Ecology Research Group.
1999 – 2001: University of Hawaii, Leeward Community College.
I was a tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Math and Sciences teaching biology.
1993 – 2001: Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology, University of Hawaii, Manoa.
As a graduate student, I conducted research in comparative psychology working primarily on learning strategies in honeybees.