Studying the brain is not just an academic exercise, but it serves our fundamental understanding of the neurobiology of cognition and importantly improves our clinical practice.
My background is in clinical psychology, neuroanatomy, and neuroimaging. As a clinically oriented psychologist, I have a strong intrinsic curiosity to understand the neurobiology of cognition and behaviour.
My multidisciplinary approach to neuroanatomy is at the forefront of mapping the connectional anatomy of cognition to identify inter-individual variability in the structure and function of the brain. I capitalise on exciting new technologies and methods to identify variability within and across populations to formulate novel anatomical cognitive models and improve personalised neurosciences.
My skills benefit academic pursuits such as learning, research, dissemination, and leadership.
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