Research

My research interest is to investigate the neurobiological basis and computational principles underlying various cognitive processes in humans. I am especially interested in decision-making, learning and metacognition. I am also interested in how brain circuits responsible for different cognitive processes are affected in various neurological disorders. To this end, I combine computational modelling with psychophysics, fMRI, magnetoencephalography and pupillometry. For my PhD, I am investigating the neurobiological basis of sequential effects in decision making.

For my Masters thesis in Edinburgh, I investigated the impact of different growth environments on the development of mammalian visual cortex using developmental models of visual cortex under the supervision of Dr.James Bednar.