Camille earned her PhD in 2017. Today, she lives in Colorado and is the Head of Data Science at a company using natural language processing and computer vision to solve complex problems around document classification, annotation, and quality control. She leads a team of nine primates that are working to revolutionize outdated, archaic processes in the real estate space. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, yoga, and playing in the mountains.
Her graduate work was in Experimental Psychology where she studied animal behavior in the laboratory of Dr. Cory Miller at UC San Diego. Her research focused on the social rules that govern nonhuman primate communication systems, in particular how perturbations to those rules effect ongoing vocal signaling. Another aspect of her research involved examining communication in a naturalistic network of individuals, and determining what prompts an individual to vocalize in these settings. She also performed the first tonotopic mapping of the auditory cortex using fMRI in awake marmoset monkeys.