Research

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. 

For my PhD, I am investigating the neurobiological basis of sequential effects 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.