I wrote my doctoral dissertation on a central problem in neuroscience called the binding problem. My current research focuses mainly on problems at the intersection of philosophy of mind and neuroscience, such as neural binding and the unity of consciousness, the hard problem of consciousness, the relationship between persons and brains, neuroplasticity and the nature of agent causation, neural timing and free will, working memory and consciousness, the neural correlates of consciousness, and the philosophical implications of anesthesia awareness.
Oakland UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyAssociate Professor
Center For Consciousness Science, University Of Michigan (Ann Arbor)Affiliate Faculty (Part-time)
Saint Louis University
Department of Philosophy