Doctoral student in Integrative Neuroscience and Linguistics
Daniel is a doctoral student in the Joint program in Linguistics and Psychology, specializing in Integrative Neuroscience. He is working with Dan Margoliash. He received his B.A. in French Studies and Biology, as well as a minor in Linguistics in 2017 from Duke University.
Daniel is interested in the neuropsychological perspective on the convergent evolution of complex communication systems, such as languages and birdsongs, particularly with respect to working memory.