I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Chicago with Edward Awh and Edward Vogel, examining the neural mechanisms of visual working memory, the system reponsible for online maintenance of visual information for ongoing perception and cognition.
I completed my PhD at the University of Sydney, under the supervision of Alex Holcombe and Patrick Goodbourn. My thesis was on the influence of chunking and learning on visual working memory capacity.
I am also passionate about improving science through reproducible and open science practices, and am currently training to become an instructor with The Carpentries to teach introductory coding and data science skills.
On this website, you will find preprints of my publications, my conference posters and conference presentation slides. I hope to add blog posts and other content in the future documenting my journey as an Australian early-career researcher in the United States.