PhD student in behavioural neuroscience supervised by Dr Bryan Singer, Dr Chris Heath, Dr Eleanor Dommett and Dr Claire Rostron.
I previously completed a BSc in cognitive sciences, followed by a MSc in neuroscience, behaviour and cognition.
I study both behaviour and neurobiological mechanisms, so my project takes a multi-species translational approach.
I am interested in the striatal neurobiology underlying individual variation in motivated behaviours induced by reward-associated cues, and how it relates to sex differences.
I also work on the relationship between differences in cue-induced motivation and personality traits at King’s College London.
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