Alice graduated from UC Berkeley in 2012 with a BA degree in psychology. While at Cal, she volunteered at the Matthew Walker Sleep & Neuroimaging Lab and Gopnik Cognitive Development Lab, exploring the effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive tasks as well as testing three-year-old's spatial cognition strategies. Alice later joined the Greater Good Science Center where she investigated and published digests on gratitude, mindfulness and empathy. Between classes and lab, she also choreographed hip hop dances, taught free workshops and organized sets to be showcased at the end of each semester.
As a research associate to Drs. Bill Seeley and Virginia Sturm, Alice joined the Memory and Aging Center in August 2012 to examine the social and emotional behavior and network organization of patients of neurodegenerative disease.
In her free time, Alice loves exploring the city and hopes to continue pursuing her passion for dance.