I graduated from Westminster in 2009 with a BSc in Psychology, after which I worked in neurorehabilitation for 2 years. I then travelled for a year before studying a clinical neuropsychology MSc in Leiden (NL) after being inspired by my experience in neurorehab, graduating in 2014. As a research assistant at UCL’s Division of Psychiatry I am working on a project seeking to improve early access to dementia services Black African and Caribbean populations. In addition to my research role I also work in a community mental health project for the NHS. My current interests are in neuropsychological research around normal and abnormal cognitive abilities and functioning. I am currently working on a research paper with Leiden University investigating cognitive abilities and aptitudes that predict grammar learning skills.
Research Assistant: Improving care of people with memory problems in Black African and Caribbean groups