I completed my B.Sc. in physics at Simon Fraser University, and spent much of that time working as a research assistant in laboratories covering several disciplines: materials chemistry, nuclear physics, particle physics, and astrophysics. When I started my PhD (in Physics) at UC Berkeley, I was interested in cosmology, and spent 2 years studying the expansion of the universe with the Berkeley Supernova Cosmology Project. In parallel, I had a growing interest in neuroscience, and that interest eventually overtook my interest in space physics. I spent the final 2 years of my PhD studying theoretical neuroscience.
From 2012-2015 I was an Acting Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington (Seattle), where I continued to study theoretical neuroscience.
From 2015-2018, I was an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Since 2019, I have been Canada Research Chair and Assistant Professor at York University in Toronto, and CIFAR Associate Fellow of Learning in Machines and Brains.
When I'm not working, I like to sail, ski, climb mountains, scuba dive, and cook.Here is a copy of my CV