I am a Research Fellow 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 the neural underpinnings of pain perception and their pharmacological modulation.

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