I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Fair lab. I received my PhD from the Center for Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh, working in the laboratory of Bita Moghaddam. My dissertation work focused on characterizing dopamine function in adolescent rats. In the Fair lab, I will be using my background in developmental neuroscience to study functional connectivity in the brain of children with ADHD. Additionally, I will be involved in various outreach initiatives targeted towards minority populations, with a goal of teaching kids (and their families) about the brain and recruiting them to be part of our imaging studies.
I am a post-doc in the Fair lab, where I am using modeling and fMRI data to find correlations between ionic currents and changes in brain connectivity. I obtained my PhD from the University of Minnesota in the department of Biomedical Engineering, under the tutelage of Theoden Netoff. I have a Masters Degree on Control Engineering and Automation from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico and a BS on Biomedical Engineering from Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico.