I am a Biological Psychologist at Durham University. I received my PhD in 2019 from the University of Rochester in New York.
During my PhD I looked mostly at reasoning and cognition, with a special emphasis on the relation between religion and science.
After a brief postdoc at MIT and the University of Regina (CA), I dramatically shifted my research to focus on the biological underpinnings of our experiences.
When I’m not doing science, I spend my time on a few other things…
I spend a lot of my time exercising, including rock climbing.
We like taking Steve and George hiking, even though they are pretty lazy.
Our cat Betty is absolutely in love with me.