I have studied Biomedical Sciences at UCL before starting my MRes/PhD studies at King's College London in the Department of Developmental Neurobiology. During my undergraduate studies I worked in Steve Wilson and Nikoletta Kesaris labs.
Currently, I work in Richard Wingate's lab, studying the developmental of cerebellar granule cells. My research interests revolve around the balance between proliferation and differentiation in the brain. During my PhD I visited Mary Beth Hatten lab in Rockefeller University for two months and attended various conferences and courses, including the developmental neurobiology course in Okinawa, Japan.
I am a PhD representative and a secretary for Neureka seminar series. I am also involved in a number of outreach activities, including the DevNeuro Academy.