I am passionate about the study of human cognition and associated brain disorders. Previously, I’ve done extensive research in neurotoxicology, publishing seven papers over three years.

Currently, I am pursuing a master’s degree in psychology and my firm belief in the power of data drives my future research endeavours. I view data as an important tool for understanding complex cognitive processes and associated health disorders. With this conviction, I am determined to use data to explore the molecular basis of human intelligence. I believe this will have great implications for future approaches to treating dementia.

My ultimate goal is to contribute to the understanding of human cognition and advance treatments for neurological health issues.

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