I am a research administrator for both the UK Dementia Research Institute at Imperial and the Brain Sciences theme of the NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre.
Within my role, I have a variety of duties from the coordination of clinical trials to the organisation of workshops and the upkeep of the UK DRI at Imperial website.
I completed my BSc (Hons) in Neuroscience at King’s College London and completed my dissertation on the Neurobiology of the Placebo Effects in Major Depressive Disorder. I will soon begin my master's course in Psychological Sciences at UCL. Following its completion, I hope to have a career in the field of Neuropsychology. I have strong interests in both addiction and mental imagery.
I also play multiple musical instruments and have played in a range of environments. I am keen to one day marry my passion for music with research into its therapeutic effects on neurological and mental disorders.