Throughout my career I’ve developed a wide array of skills spanning over 15yrs of psychology and neuroscience experience. My research interests range from neuroimaging methods (EEG, fMRI, pupilometry), to cognitive, social, and systems neuroscience (particularly neuroeconomics and rule-based learning), to applied neuroscience (cognitive decline in healthy aging, social motivation in autism). By working for both industry (GlaxoSmithKline, Nielsen) and academia (Royal Holloway, Trinity College Dublin, ETH Zürich) I have developed a unique scientific approach that combines an in-depth theoretical knowledge with an understanding of product placement and real-world impact.
The quality of my work has been recognised through:
44 peer-reviewed publications in a range of top international journals - click here for full publication list
winning grant funding totalling approximately £1.5million
being an invited speaker at multiple international conferences and top universities around the world (for example, Oxford, Cambridge, KU Leuven (Belgium), National University of Singapore).
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