I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2017 with a BSc in Neuroscience, completing projects in anatomical tracing and the analyis of electrophyisological recordings. I then started a MSc by Research in the lab of Professor Bridget Lumb at the University of Bristol, where I investigated methods of assessing anxiety in rodents. Following completion of my MSc, I moved to Oxford to work on dopaminergic circuits in the context of action selection, with research planned to start in January 2019. This project will be under the supervison of Prof Mark Walton & Prof David Bannerman in Oxford, in addtion to Francois Gastambide and Cedric Mombreau from my industiral partner, Lundbeck. This project is funded by the BBSRC and Lundbeck
Cognition & Information Processing
Choice & Decison Making
MSc by Research project characterising and validating 'Approach-
avoidance foraging', a novel paradigm for the assement of anxiety
DPhil research project investigating the contributions of mesolimbic dopamine signalling to action selection and restraint. This project will be conducted in the group of Professor Mark Walton and in partnership with Lundbeck.
Presented a poster at the FENS Forum of Neuroscience, Berlin, 2018.