Christina received a B.A. in neuroscience from Pomona College in 2013. She worked as a research assistant at UCLA before becoming a lab manager for the Learning and Decision Making lab at Rutgers University, Newark in 2014. She joined the Egner lab as a Psychology & Neuroscience graduate student in 2016.
Christina is interested in how learning and memory interact and work hand-in-hand with control processes to guide adaptive behavior. She plans to investigate stimulus- and context-control learning using various methodologies (behavior, modeling, fMRI, TMS). Read more about her research, publications, and teaching philosophy or look at her CV for more details. Outside of lab, she likes to read and write longer fiction works.