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I am a Medical Research Council funded PhD student in neuroscience. My doctoral research focuses on neural network connectivity in early multiple sclerosis. Using structural and functional neuroimaging methods I aim to identify the neural network changes that underlie cognitive impairment in people with multiple sclerosis early in the disease course. Additionally, my work will explore cellular energy failure as a potential mechanism of early pathology. The outputs of this research have the potential to inform prognostic estimates, treatment decisions, and drug targets, leading to improved outcomes for patients. 


  • King's College London, MSc Neuroscience, 2010-2011
  • University of Oxford, BA (Hons) Experimental Psychology, 2007-2010

Research interests

Identifying neural network changes underpinning cognitive decline in multiple sclerosis.

My group

I am supervised by:

  • Dr Nils Muhlert
  • Dr Laura Parkes
  • Prof Geoffrey Parker


Alongside my doctoral work, I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant on the BSc Psychology programme.


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