I am a PhD student in the Department of Psychiatry. My PhD explores the relationship between childhood adversity and social cognition in individuals at a clinical high risk of psychosis (CHR).
I am also working as a research assistant with the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust on the ProNET study. ProNET is an international project exploring CHR. The goal is to phenotype CHR patients using multi-modal biomarkers, psychopathology, cognition, genetics etc and map biomarkers onto core clinical outcomes and trajectories.
In my previous roles, I worked as an assistant psychologist in a neuropsychological centre, and in a memory service (dementia). I completed my MSc in Clinical Neuroscience at UCL, and my BSc in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at The University of Nottingham.