Hello, I’m Annabel.
Researcher in Visual Neuroscience

I study age-related changes in visual information processing and how they impact driving safety in older adults, with the Baldwin Vision Lab in Montréal, Canada.

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Who am I?

Curious, creative, and a lifelong learner.

I hope to combine my training in neuroscience and my passion for video games and virtual reality to create empowering and immersive experiences for everyone.

My research interests include sensory perception, signal processing, and alternative realities.

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Education

2021-present
University of McGill
Doctor of Philosophy - Neuroscience, Department of Opthalmology
2018-2019
University of Toronto
Masters of Arts - Perception, Cognition & Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychology
2012-2017
University of Toronto Scarborough
Honours Bachelor of Science - Neuroscience Co-op
May 2020 - Sep 2021
Research Assistant - Unity Developer
Hess Lab, Montréal General Hospital
Jan 2020 - May 2020
Research Assistant
MIVE Lab, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
May 2016 - Sept 2020
Research Assistant
VisCN Lab, University of Toronto Scarborough

Experience

I have industry experience with the research and development of vision testing tools and developing software prototypes using Unity.

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Recent Projects

Jumbled Jungle, Perceptual Research Game

Mobile app game implementation of an ensemble perception task.

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Jumbled Jungle, Perceptual Research Game
Grasping of Real-World Objects Is Not Biased by Ensemble Perception

Grasping of Real-World Objects Is Not Biased by Ensemble Perception

Frontiers in Psychology publication, on the influence of ensemble processing on grasping behaviour (April 2021).

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University of Toronto PsychHacks 2019

Organized the first graduate level psychology hackathon at the University of Toronto.

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University of Toronto PsychHacks 2019

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