Craig is interested in exploring how attentional systems modulate the effective encoding and consolidation of memories, as well as the mechanisms by which memory guides our attention. Craig earned his bachelor's degree from Princeton University studying history of science and neuroscience. After graduating, he worked as a research assistant with Dr. Robert Stickgold examining memory consolidation over the course of sleep, before joining Dr. Stefano Anzellotti's lab to build models of nonlinear connectivity in the brain.
Fun fact: I love to cook and have even entered my secret family BBQ sauce in the Minnesota State Fair
My CV can be found here.