Dr. Killebrew first joined the Schallmo lab in June 2019. He completed a bachelor’s of arts in psychology with a minor in computer science at the University of Nevada, Reno in 2012. During this time he worked as a research assistant in Dr. Gideon P. Caplovitz’s lab investigating angular motion perception and apparent motion using behavioral psychophysics. He then joined the Caplovitz Lab as a graduate student in 2013, investigating a wide range of topics in vision science including rotational motion perception, ensemble encoding, visual working memory encoding, and various visual illusions using different neural imaging and recording techniques, such as 3.0T fMRI and high density EEG. He completed his dissertation in May of 2019 on the neural representation of ensemble encoding using fMRI and hdEEG. Currently he is working with Dr. Schallmo and Dr. Scott Sponheim investigating neural synchrony in schizophrenia using EEG, fMRI and source localization techniques.