I am Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at SUNY New Paltz. My research interest is in dynamical systems and their applications to neuroscience. My work spans from theoretical models of learning and memory to data-driven approaches to psychiatric illness, from studying complexity in polynomial families to understanding complex computational networks in the brain.



This semester I am teaching two sections of MAT 359: Ordinary Differential Equations. My classes meet MR 11am-12:15pm in HUM 218 and 2-3:15pm in VH 216. I have office hours MR 12:30-1:30pm, W 12-3pm, and by appointment.