I graduated with a Licence and a Master’s degree from The University of Bordeaux. During my training as a neuropsychologist, I worked at the Bordeaux Institute for Neurodegenerative diseases, and the Neurosurgery Department of Bordeaux University Hospital.
My PhD research focused on the impact of moral decision-making on long-term memory. Concomitantly to my PhD studies, I started working as Visiting Lecturer and later Assistant Lecturer at Queen Margaret University. In 2022, I graduated with a PhD in Psychology (University of Edinburgh), and I was offered a Lecturer position at Queen Margaret University.
I have joined the Centre for Person-centred Practice Research in 2023. I am currently working with the CPcPR on an NHS-funded project for developing a person-centred intervention to mitigate stress and distress in dementia.
I specialise in Cognitive Psychology. My PhD research focused on the relationship between decision-making and memory. Currently, I aim to (re)focus on clinical research and research on neurodegenerative disease.
Active research interests:
- Clinical research
- Quantitative methods
- Bayesian statistics
I teach psychology courses from first year to fourth year undergraduate level across the following subject areas:
- Foundation of Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology
- Research Methods
- Research skills