Katarina Slama


I am a recent OpenAI Scholar. This is the home of my blog for the program. Stay tuned for updates on my continued deep learning journey!

I have a PhD in Neuroscience from UC Berkeley, where I studied attention using intracranial recordings in humans.

Between college and graduate school, I worked as a laboratory manager in the Nock Lab at Harvard, studying suicide and self-injury.

I have an ScB in Psychology from Brown University. As an undergraduate, I worked on research projects with Michael J. Frank (deep brain stimulation and moral decision-making) and Cynthia Garcia Coll (child development and immigration).

Before I got all focused on progressively smaller building blocks of cognition, I took a more global perspective: For my gap year before college, I worked in this refugee camp, having spent my late teens at this magical school.


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