Research & Publications
Daniel is an MD/PhD candidate working with Michael Crair and Michael Higley in the Department of Neuroscience. His research is at the interface of cellular and systems neuroscience, developing novel imaging methods to understand how large-scale patterns of brain activity influence the firing of individual or groups of neurons and how these patterns of activity change across development and subserve behavior. Prior to coming to Yale, he received an AB from Princeton University and an MPhil from University of Cambridge, where he discovered his interest in cellular and systems neuroscience. When not in lab or on the wards, he can be found being walked around the East Rock neighborhood by his dog, Leo, or exploring new hiking trails throughout New England.
Education & Training
- PhDYale University, Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program (2022)
- MPhilUniversity of Cambridge, Clinical Neurosciences (2013)
- ABPrinceton University, Molecular Biology (2012)