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PhD candidate (Cognitive Neuroscience/ Neuroengineering), The University of Queensland

I work on a number of projects using behavioural and physiological measures as well as measures of neural activity. My PhD investigates how the brain forms visual representations of the world. To do this, I use neurofeedback training to alter neural activity in the visual system of the brain, and measure how this changes what is seen.


  • –present
    PhD candidate, The University of Queensland


  • 2015 
    The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Science (Hons I)


  • 2019
    Optimising non-invasive brain-computer interface systems for free communication between naïve human participants, Scientific Reports
  • 2018
    Differential deployment of visual attention during interactive approach and avoidance behavior., Cerebral Cortex
  • 2017
    Do sitting, standing or treadmill desks impact psychobiological indicators of work productivity?, Journal of Physical Activity & Health.