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My work focusses on understanding the neural underpinnings of apathy and impulsivity in people with frontotemporal lobar degeneration. This involves using a wide range of computational techniques, including Bayesian approaches and dynamic causal modelling, in parallel with neuroimaging (MEG and MRI/S). This research is supervised by Professor James Rowe.
I am also passionate about science communication and am an organiser for the Department of Psychiatry's Summer CAMP and Pint of Science UK, as well as writing regular blogs for Dementia Researcher focussing on my academic journey and research.
If you'd like to hear more about my work or science communication in Cambridge, please do get in touch :)