Research


I am an early-career visual neuroscientist currently based at the Department of Psychology at New York
University as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the labs of Jonathan Winawer and Marisa Carrasco.
I received my PhD in Neuroscience and Neuroimaging from the University of York in 2019 under the supervision
of Alex Wade and as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions PhD Fellow within the NextGenVis consortium.

My research concerns how early visual processes are represented and encoded in the visual cortex, how
these processes relate to visual perception, and how they change in response to disease.

My research employs a range of techniques: 3T and 7T fMRI, computational modelling, EEG, psychophysics,
machine learning, and electrophysiological recordings from animal models of disease. These methods are
broad as this is a requisite for my research to successfully span the entire visual hierarchy – from
retina, to cortex, to behavioural outcomes.


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