332 Grays Inn Road
The Ear Institute
Faculty of Brain Sciences
I aim to understand how the human brain makes sense of sound. A recurring question in my research is how optimal perception is achieved in "challenging" listening situations, such as when sensory information is highly degraded or in crowded acoustic scenes. Ultimately, I hope this research will lead to improved perceptual outcomes in the hearing impaired.
I'm a cognitive neuroscientist (post-doctoral researcher) working on a BBSRC-funded project investigating auditory change detection (with Maria Chait). Prior to this, I completed a PhD (with Matt Davis) at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge.