I am a fourth-year graduate student in Professor Yury Petrov’s laboratory working towards my Ph.D. in Perception. I am generally interested in studying primary visual function in humans, like crowding and suppression, and its underlying physiological mechanisms. Currently, I am working on a visual illusion, which demonstrates a perceptual constancy phenomenon. My final research goal is to understand low-level visual mechanisms in humans and to build a computer model of their primary visual system. My research is based on psychophysical methods and EEG. I am also interested in how visual functions relate to other cognitive tasks.