Our research is in the intersection of neuro-engineering and cognitive neuroscience. We integrate neural data from multiple modalities such as MRI and electrocorticography to understand how functional brain networks are organised and how individual-unique patterns of network activity dynamically change in health and disease. We aim to combine science and technology to understand basic neural mechanisms as well as for developing tools and methods for clinical applications.
2015-2020: Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellowship Award, The Royal Society, UK
2016: Medical Research Council (MRC) Special Award for Exceptional Contribution, Cambridge, UK
2012-2014: European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) Postdoctoral Fellowship
2011: Newton International Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Royal Society, UK (not taken)