After completing a BSc in Biochemistry at Imperial College, University of London, (2002), I completed a Masters’ in Cognitive Neuroscience, also at Imperial College (2003). As part of the research component of the course, I carried out an EEG based study in collaboration with Dr David Vernon entitled, “The Effects of Neurofeedback training on aspects of attention and working memory”. (Results were presented at the Annual Meeting of the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe, 2004).
I worked as a PhD student with the research group at UCL led by Bruno Rossion, investigating the cognitive processes involved in the recognition of faces.
Upcoming event (September 2018): Workshop in EEG Frequency-tagging in Visual Neuroscience: Conceptual & Technical Advances