About Me

I am a post-doctoral research associate currently working at UCL (Child Vision Lab) and City, University of London (Crabblab). I am particularly interested in developing child-friendly vision tests using remote eye-tracking. I am also interested in how sensory judgments improve during development and learning.

  • For more information on current work, see the Projects page
  • For an up-to-date list of publications, see the Publications page

Work

Post-Doc  ·  2012 – Present

UCL Institute of Ophthalmology

"Functional Methods of Measuring Infant Vision Using Remote Eye-tracking"

Post-Doc  ·  2016 – Present

City, University of London

"Eyecatcher 2: An eye tracking platform for detecting and monitoring age–related eye disease"

Education

PhD Auditory Science  ·  2009 – 2012

MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham

"Mechanisms of Auditory Perceptual Learning"

MSc Informatics  ·  2007 – 2008

University of Edinburgh

"Speech Engineering and Natural Language Processing"

BA Psychology & Philosophy  ·  2004 – 2007

St John's College, Oxford University