PhD (Cand.) – Cognitive Neuroscience (2017 – 2021) – Kings College London, UK
My research aims to understand the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying belief formation congruent with psychosis – such as paranoia – and testing how it may be explained by coalitional and social cognitive models of human interaction, and what this might tell us about social interaction in humans generally. I do this using psychopharmacological, computational, and game-theoretic methods.
Psychological Therapist and Research Scientist (2016 – present) – THRIVE – Therapeutic Software, London, UK.
I support service users experiencing common and more severe mental illness through the Thrive app on digital chat, phone, and video mediums.