PhD, Cardiff University, 2010
BSc, Cardiff University, 2006
I completed an EU-funded PhD in Experimental Psychology at Cardiff University. After this, I joined Kim Graham’s lab as a postdoctoral researcher, where I trained in neuroimaging methods. In 2016, I was awarded a Wellcome ISSF fellowship to study the role of hippocampal subfields in scene perception using 7T MRI at the University of Oxford. This led to Research Fellow position at the new Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC). I joined Royal Holloway as a lecturer of cognitive neuroscience in 2019, where I aim to use MRI and virtual reality to understand how the brain forms representations of space and events in more naturalistic contexts. I teach courses related to cognitive neuroscience, spatial cognition, and ageing.