My broad interests are executive function, methodology, pre-registration and open science principles. Within the translational neuropsychology research group, I am working as a research assistant on a large EEG collaboration investigating the underlying mechanisms of spatial and sustained attention after stroke. I also work as a part time research assistant on the COMPASS project where I am lead author on two papers for this project, exploring associations between different tasks of executive function and clinical decision making. I am also responsible for a local hospital audit of mental capacity practice and writing and reporting of the finished project. Finally I am involved in data analysis and report writing for our OCS-Plus project, as well as debugging and troubleshooting our new OCS-Plus android app.

Key projects:

EEG collaboration with Monash and University of Queensland

COMPASS