I am a visual neuroscientist working as a post-doc with Jon Winawer and Marisa Carrasco in the Department of Psychology
and Center for Neural Science at New York University. Prior to this, I received my PhD in Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
from the University of York under the supervision of Alex Wade and as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions PhD Fellow within
the NextGenVis consortium.
I am interested in the neural substrates of early visual pathways in the human brain. These pathways process fundamental
visual dimensions (i.e., contrast, spatial frequency, temporal frequency) that act as the building blocks of visual perception,
forming the basis of the higher-level computations that dictate how we perceive and engage with the world around us. My
research predominately uses fMRI and psychophysics to investigate how these visual dimensions are represented and encoded in
visual cortex, the neural computations that support these processes, and how they relate to visual perception in health and disease.