Dr. Marissa Ericson is a neuroscientist, data scientist, writer, ghostwriter, editor, and professor of  Quantitative Science, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Psychology. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Neuroscience from the University of Southern California (’11) and B.A. from Cornell University (’04).

Full bio here.

Her research and academic work can be found here.

Her most pervasive and driving interest is the study of phenomenological consciousness– that is, how we fundamentally represent, house, integrate, and generate 1) a perceived environment and 2) a perceived self.

Marissa is the Custodian (C) of The Tickering.

Dr. Marissa Ericson is a neuroscientist, data scientist, writer, ghostwriter, editor, and professor of  Quantitative Science, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Psychology. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Neuroscience from the University of Southern California (’11) and B.A. from Cornell University (’00).

Full bio here.

Her research and academic work can be found here.

Her most pervasive and driving interest is the study of phenomenological consciousness– that is, how we fundamentally represent, house, integrate, and generate 1) a perceived environment and 2) a perceived self.

Marissa is the Custodian (C) of The Tickering.