I am a PhD student at University College London researching spatial navigation in rodents and humans using models of reinforcement learning in the lab of Prof. Hugo Spiers. My PhD is part of a larger Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) which aims to understand how the hippocampus contributes to memory.
I have a MSc in Brain and Cognitive sciences from University of Amsterdam and a BSc in Cognitive Science from Umeå University. I spent 2 years as a research assistant at Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, in the lab of Prof. Tobias Donner.
I am interested in fundamental and generalizable mechanisms underlying cognition. My previous projects focused on using computational modelling and human neurophysiology (MEG) to investigate value-based decision-making and perceptual inference.
I co-founded a PostGraduate group at UCL called MLCog, which aims to help ECRs apply methods of machine learning and computational modelling to their research.