I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the project Tablet for Healthy Ageing which is an intervention programme using tablet computers to improve the health and well-being in older adults. More information about Tablet for Healthy Ageing can be found at www.healthyageing.hw.ac.uk
My main research interests lie within the broad field of cognitive neuropsychology. I am particularly interested in cognitive changes in healthy ageing and neurodegenerative disorders, as well as interventions that may postpone cognitive decline or improve cognitive abilities in older adults and patients diagnosed with neurodegenerative disorders.
I completed my psychology training in Melbourne, Australia. In 2008, I graduated with an Honours in Psychology from the University of Melbourne. In 2013, I completed my PhD in Psychology at Monash University. My PhD thesis investigated dual tasking in healthy ageing and Huntington's disease. In addition to my psychology qualifications, I hold qualifications in languages, sports journalism, personal training and dancing.