The current focus of my research is to investigate the mechanistic and neurobiological basis of human decision-making, and the various factors affecting this process. To address this question, I use a combination of computational neuroimaging (fMRI, MEG), quantitative psychophysics, and behavioural modelling in humans performing simple perceptual decisions.

In my PhD, I investigated the mechanistic and neurobiological basis of choice-induced biases in decision-making. For my Masters thesis, I investigated the impact of different growth environments on the development of mammalian visual cortex using developmental models of visual cortex.

See here for description of some of my projects, and here for a list of my publications.