I am a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow based at Harvard University and Imperial College London. I am developing new fMRI analysis tools to study brain activity within individual subjects to try to understand how the activity of a person's brain changes from day to day. I am also interested in how individual differences in brain activity lead to differences in intelligence and cognitive ability as well as personality types and psychiatric conditions. 

My research is being carried out at the Martinos Centre for Biomedical Imaging (Harvard) with Prof. Randy Buckner & Dr. Hesheng Liu as well as at the Computational, Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Laboratory (C3NL, Imperial College) with Dr. Adam Hampshire.

My PhD research was supervised by Dr. Robert Leech and Prof. Richard Wise, and focused on the brain networks that are recruited when we are paying attention to different sounds. I also investigated heteromodal regions of the brain and how their activity can be broken down into multiple signals using multivariate techniques.