Honors & Awards

  • Carl Storm Underrepresented Minority (CSURM) Fellowship: Gordon Research Conference on Eye Movements, Mount Holyoke College, MA (2023)
  • Travel Award: Biennial Perceptual Learning Workshop, Alyeska, Alaska (2022)
  • Travel Award: CSHL Computational Neuroscience–Vision, Helmsley Charitable Trust (2022)
  • Travel Award: Center for Visual Science’s 32nd Symposium on Active Vision, University of Rochester/Memorial Art Gallery (2022)


  • MA in Behavioral Neuroscience, 2017

    Queens College, City University of New York

  • BA in Psychology, 2015

    St. John's University, New York

Project Lead

How are visual acuity and daily activities affected by visual impairment? Previous studies have shown that vision is altered and impaired in the presence of a scotoma, but the extent to which patient-specific factors affect vision and quality of life is not well understood.


We present a systematic literature review of 227 publications from 106 different venues assessing the potential of XR technology to further visual accessibility.