about

I’m a research technician at the Brain Mechanisms of Pain and Health Lab at UC San Diego and previously a neuroscience undergraduate student at USC and the Brain and Music Lab.

My research experience is in human neuroscience, using psychophysics and neuroimaging to investigate the mechanisms of complex cognition, including music, memory, and pain. In addition to domain research, I aspire to build computational tools to make scientific methods accessible and reproducible.


publications

2020
A Jinich, E Garland, J Baumgartner, N Gonzalez, G Riegner, J Birenbaum, L Case, F Zeidan. Neurophysiological mechanisms supporting mindfulness meditation–based pain relief: an updated review. Current Pain and Headache Reports

2019
G Riegner. Thesis on recognition memory for melody. USC undergraduate neuroscience program


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