Hi, I am a cognitive computational neuroscientist currently carrying out postdoctoral research with Prof. Bradley C. Love in the Department of Experimental Psychology, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University College London.

My undergraduate degree was in Computer Science. After that, I moved on to an MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences. I then undertook a PhD in Psychology on computational models for semantic memory.

My current research primarily involves the creation and evaluation of computational accounts — such as deep and shallow artificial neural networks — for categorisation and conceptual representation in healthy adults, patient groups, infants, and animal models. I also have interests in computational modelling and data science more broadly, e.g., redistrict.science.

I blog about my research and related topics on neuroplausible.com and I (with Christina Bergmann) try to maintain a list of underrepresented cognitive computational scientists at compcog.science.


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