I graduated from Newcastle University in 2014 with a BSc (Hons) Psychology degree. Here, I undertook a research apprenticeship as a rotating researcher on a number of psychological studies, using neuropsychological testing. For my undergraduate dissertation I rexplored Artificial Grammar Learning in humans using EEG as a control for a macaque study. In 2017 I completed an MSc in Neuroimaging from the University of Manchester. I studied age-related microstructural changes in healthy individuals, using novel and conventional diffusion imaging measures.
I am currently a PhD student at UoM, researching therapy-driven neural changes in people with post-stroke aphasia utilising fMRI techniques, funded by the MRC and Bioxydyn.