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Biography

I am a clinical psychologist and researcher in neuropsychology. Since 2016 I have been seconded part time from my clinical role to serve as Academic Tutor on the DClinPsy programme at KCL. My initial degree in psychology was from the University of Exeter (2004) and my PhD from the University of Cambridge and MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit (2008). After a fellowship period also at the MRC CBU (2007-2010), I came to KCL for clinical training, obtaining my DClinPsy in 2013. Since then, I have held a mix of academic and clinical posts in varying proportions. I spent almost 5 years working at the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (see this website for more information), leaving in 2018 for my current post at the Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre, part of St George’s NHS Foundation Trust. At the Wolfson I specialize in outpatient cognitive rehabilitation, and am also lead for research for the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Health Psychology.

Research Interests 

  • Clinical neuropsychology  
  • Neuropsychological rehabilitation 
  • Cognitive neuropsychology of attention, memory and executive function 
  • Prospective memory 

Teaching

I teach and supervise for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme

Expertise and Public Engagement

  • Executive Editor of the journal Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 
  • Editor in Chief of The Neuropsychologist, publication of the British Psychological Society Division of Neuropsychology 
  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board for The Encephalitis Society