I joined KCL as a PhD student in October 2018. My research focuses on the differentiation of antisocial personality disorder into that with psychopathy and that without psychopathy. I use neuropsychological and neuroimaging methods (structural, resting state functional, arterial spin labelling) to investigate this topic. Additionally, I am exploring the potential reversibility of neuropsychological phenotypes within these groups using intranasal oxytocin.
I previously worked as a research assistant the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuromaging, University College London for 2 years. I was involved in a computational psychiatry and neuroscience study investigating borderline and antisocial personality disorder. Prior to that, I held a research assistant position at KCL studying the neuropsychological outcomes of encephalitis.
I hold an Honours BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Clinical Neuroscience.
- My main area of interest is the neurobiology and neuropsychology of personality disorders
- I am also interested in the relationship of the above to attachment style and adverse childhood experiences.