I am a Research Associate in Preclinical Neuroimaging at the Wellcome Centre for Intergrative Neuroimaging (WIN) in Oxford. My research uses brain technologies - such as neuroimaging and brain stimulation - to generate basic and translational knowledge relevant to brain health.
My research interests revolve around myelination, multimodal microstructural MRI, and cross-species approaches to neuroimaging. At the moment, I am running a project funded by a WIN Seed Grant and focussed on cross-species homologies in the motor system.
Previous to this, I completed a Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD in the Plasticity Group at WIN. My doctoral work has investigated a recently discovered mechanism of plasticity in the adult brain - myelin plasticity. To this end, I used a variety of techniques including multimodal microstructural imaging, resting-state fMRI, non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS), invasive electrophysiology and transgenic knock-out models.
PhD in Neuroscience, 2020
University of Oxford
BSc in Neuroscience, 2015
University College London