Clinical Research Team
As a member of the VR Lab, Trey helps implement wearable biosensors to record electrophysiological data alongside clinical measurements within virtual reality social skills trainings. These biometric devices help provide clients with real-time bio- and neurofeedback to improve emotion regulation during challenging social interactions. Before joining the team, Trey worked as a research assistant in the Psychology Department at Harvard University and on the technical staff at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT. His research engages data scientists, neuroscientists, and artists alike, as he explores neural networks in machine learning, emotion and facial analytics, EEG-based brain-computer interfaces and cognitive rehabilitation through neurogaming.