Teon L Brooks, PhD
At Mozilla, I am currently support our Revenue and Business Development teams with analytic support. Relatedly, I have been working with our product team on the Awesome Bar, our combined address bar and search product within the Firefox Browser, and currently researching how to improve the experience with finding things on the web.
Previously, I have worked with one of our product development teams, Test Pilot, to rapidly iterate on new features for the browser.
During my 2016-2017 Mozilla Fellowship for Science, I was a national co-organizer for the inaugural March for Science in Washington, D.C., which amassed 100k advocates for Science, and for evidence-based decisions in policy-making.
During my postdoc at Stanford, I was a core-contributor to (1) the Brain Imaging Data Structure project for the inclusion of MEG into the specification (our paper), and to (2) the MNE-BIDS project to provide a software implementation (our paper).