I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and affiliate of the Institute for Quantum Studies at Chapman University.
I work primarily on the metaphysics of science, which concerns the metaphysical content and explanatory structure of specific scientific theories as well as the metaphysical structure of reality suggested by modern science more generally.
Most of my work concerns the foundations of quantum theory. Most recently I have been developing an account of probability in the many worlds interpretation in collaboration with Lev Vaidman.
I also have a secondary interest in the philosophy of neuroscience and have recently been writing about the philosophical foundations and implications of the Integrated Information Theory of consciousness.