I am a Henry Wellcome Fellow at the University of Oxford, where I work within the Attention and Working Memory Lab and the Human Information Processing Lab, and at Stanford University, where I work within the Memory Lab. I am also a stipendiary Lecturer at Brasenose College, where I teach Statistics and Cognitive Psychology.

My research is concerned with brain mechanisms that enable rapid adaptation to new environments. More information on my research can be found here and here.

Prior to arriving in Oxford, I received my Diploma in Experimental Psychology at the Humboldt University of Berlin, my Ph.D. at Ghent University in Flanders, and then spent a year in the United States as a postdoc at the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences.