How do brains create abstract representations?
How can the motor system access these representations to generate endlessly flexible behavior?
How are such computations affected in neurological and psychiatric disorders?

I'm a neuroscientist in the Shadlen Lab at Columbia University, New York and these are some of the questions that interest me. 

I trained as a physician at Bangalore Medical College and did my PhD in the Angelucci Lab at the University of Utah, where I studied how context influences encoding of visual information in early visual cortex.

Columbia Affiliations
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute
Department of Neuroscience
Kavli Institute for Brain Science