I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate based at the Department of Neuroimaging, King’s College London and the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, UCL. My research interests span spinal fMRI, methods development, neuropharmacology, psychiatry, and meta-science. I have experience using various research methods, including clinical interviews, self-report measures, psychophysics, and MR imaging. My current research focuses on pharmacological modulation of brain correlates of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and the neural underpinnings of pain perception.

Aside from my main research work, I cultivate my passion for open research by co-organising the RIOT Science Club, a seminar series raising awareness and providing training in reproducible, interpretable, open, and transparent research practices, and serving as a UKRN Local Network Lead at King’s College London.

Featured publications

For a full list of publications, visit the Publications page or my Google Scholar profile.

Current projects

Examining test-retest reliability of evoked response and resting-state functional MRI endpoints in human brain and cervical spine.

Long-term medication effects on inhibitory brain function in youth with ADHD.

Evaluating the adherence and reproducibility of systematic reviews and meta-analyses in ADHD research.


PhD Neuroimaging
King’s College London

2017 – 2021

BSc (Hons) Psychology
Royal Holloway, University of London

2013 – 2016