Hi, I am a cognitive computational neuroscientist working with Prof. Bradley C. Love in the Department of Experimental Psychology, 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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