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Teaching Fellow in Neuroscience, University of Leeds

My PhD explored hippocampal network dysfunction in models of alpha-synucleinopathy using electrophysiological and histochemical techniques. I then worked as a Research Fellow in Neuroscience exploring changes in cognition and anxiety during ageing. I have experience in models of disease, electrophysiology, immunohistochemistry, behaviour, and standard biomedical techniques. I am currently employed as a Teaching Fellow in Neuroscience with expertise in psychiatric and neurological disorders.


  • –present
    Teaching Fellow in Neuroscience, University of Leeds
  • 2018–2021
    Research Fellow in Neuroscience, University of Leeds


  • 2019 
    Newcastle University, MRes/PhD Neuroscience
  • 2013 
    Newcastle University, BSc Biomedical Sciences


  • 2021
    Hippocampal network hyperexcitability in young transgenic mice expressing human mutant alpha-synuclein, Neurobiology of Disease. 149, pp. 105226-105226
  • 2020
    Anti‐inflammatory treatment rescues memory deficits during aging in nfkb1 −/− mice, Aging Cell. 19(10)
  • 2018
    Impaired Fast Network Oscillations and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in a Mouse Model of Alpha-synucleinopathy (A30P), Neuroscience. 377, pp. 161-173

Professional Memberships

  • Physiological Society
  • British Neuroscience Association