I am a Parke-Davis Research Fellow at the Prediction and Learning (PaL) lab. I use experimental psychology, ultra high-resolution 7T neuroimaging, and computational modelling to investigate the neurocomputational basis of sensory learning in adults with varying levels of autistic traits. I completed my PhD research at the Department of Psychiatry under the supervision of Profs. John Suckling and Simon Baron-Cohen of the Autism Research Centre (ARC) and Dr. Rebecca Lawson of the PaL lab. My PhD investigated the neurocognitive mechanisms of perceptual inference in autism. My research interests broadly encompass cognitive neuroscience, computational psychiatry, and functional brain imaging.