Moshe is a first year doctoral student in Dr. Lee’s lab. He hails from the chilly yet warm-hearted state of Wisconsin. Moshe earned his rabbinical ordination from the Rabbinical College of America, and his BA in psychology from Touro College. While undergoing his rabbinical training, he served as an ordained rabbi and youth director in various communities across the globe. Over the last several years, he has worked as a research assistant and lab coordinator at the Medical College of Wisconsin, NYU Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and NYU Child Study Center. His primary clinical and research focus concerns neurophysiology, life span development and brain-behavior relationships. It is his hope that this area of research will help him identify the neurological mechanisms responsible for typical and atypical cognitive, emotional and behavioral processes across clinical groups. In addition, he hopes to integrate his interests in behavioral health with community service. When he’s not in the lab or library, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, being one with nature, and involved in volunteer work.