Camille Gasser

Graduate Student

I am a grad student interested broadly in the adaptive and flexible nature of human memory — how it is shaped by our environment, attention, and goals. Currently, I'm focused on exploring the ways in which episodic memories change after learning, and how these changes manifest in the brain. Prior to joining Columbia, I received my B.A. in Psychology from NYU, where I worked as an RA in Todd Gureckis' Computation + Cognition Lab.