I’m a researcher at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, currently working in the Computational Neurology Group with Sanjay Manohar. I joined Oxford in late 2020 as a Fyssen Fellow to work with Nick Yeung (Attention & Cognitive Control Lab). I’m also a College Lecturer at Pembroke College, and a member of the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA).

I did my PhD in the Department of Cognitive Studies at Ecole normale supérieure (ENS) in Paris, under the supervision of Pascal Mamassian and Vincent de Gardelle. I’m also an associate member of Laura Dugué’s lab in Paris, France. 

I’m interested in the behavioural and neural basis of metacognition, attention and learning. Broadly, I investigate how we introspect about the accuracy of our perception when attention fluctuates in space and time, and how it affects learning.

Before starting my PhD, I completed a master’s degree in cognitive science, another in finance and an MRes in cognition and AI.