Welcome! I’m Alexandria, a computational cognitive neuroscientist in the Psychiatry Department at Yale. I work with Al Powers. I’m interested in developing precision psychiatry methods to improve the quality of life for neurodiverse people.

Over the 9 years I’ve been lucky enough to study the brain, I’ve used a mix of empirical methods (neuroimaging, reach kinematics, eye-tracking), computational modeling (neural networks, drift diffusion modeling, Bayesian agents) and applied machine learning (neural decoding) to study the mechanisms of naturalistic learning and decision-making in biological agents.

In my free time, you’ll likely catch me biking or running. I’m also passionate about leading DEI advocacy efforts with concrete impact, often through education & policy reform at the local level.

I welcome collaboration and curiosity about my work. If you’re interested in teaming up, let’s talk!