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I am currently a NHMRC CJ Martin postdoctoral fellow based in Troy Margie's lab at the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre (UCL). I use 2-photon imaging to investigate the functional role of different cell types in visually guided behaviours. My research interests also include multisensory integration, brain evolution and retinotopic mapping. Furthermore, I am looking to expand my scientific skills to include disease models in order to develop a research program in systems neuroscience of neurological disorders.


I completed my undergraduate training in computer science at the University of Western Australia in 2004, and later a graduate diploma in Physiology at Monash University supervised by Dr Hsin-Hao Yu. From 2010 I worked in the laboratory of Professor Marcello Rosa on computational neuroanatomy projects. In 2017 I completed my PhD, supervised by Dr Leo Lui, examining the neurophysiology of motion perception in marmosets.

Education/Academic qualification


1 Jan 20141 Jan 2018

Award Date: 29 May 2018

Physiology, Graduate Diploma in Science, MONASH UNIVERSITY

1 Mar 200931 Oct 2010

Award Date: 1 Dec 2010

Computer Science, BSc (hons), University of Western Australia

1 Mar 20001 Jun 2004

Award Date: 1 Aug 2004

Research area keywords

  • Multisensory
  • Vision
  • Neural circuits
  • Neurophysiology
  • Systems neuroscience of disease
  • Visually guided behaviour
  • Brain evolution
  • Retinotopic mapping


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