I am particularly interested in researching and developing novel clinical treatments that seek to disrupt fear memory reconsolidation. In the past, my research has focussed on the mechanisms that underlie the intergenerational transmission of depression, and reconsolidation-based interventions for specific fears. My other research interests include programming and addiction.
I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at University College London (first-class honours) in 2014. I graduated from the Psychology Research Master’s programme at the University of Amsterdam in 2019, with a major in Clinical Psychology and a minor in Methodology and Statistics (cum laude).