I’m currently running an EEG study in CINN investigating the impact of linguistic experience on the functional connectivity of the brain in different cognitive domains. Alongside this, I am analysing diffusion and resting-state MRI data for a structural vs. functional connectivity comparison. Previously, I have completed both my BSc in Psychology and MSc in Language Sciences at Reading, with my dissertations written on mind-wandering during reading and the white matter integrity of executive function-related tracts in bilinguals respectively. In between my MSc and beginning my PhD studies, I worked as a Technician in the School of Chemistry, Food, and Pharmacy. My research interests include (but aren’t limited to) bilingual cognition, structural and functional connectivity, the cognitive reserve, language lateralisation, and non-linear modelling. I also have a keen interest in open science, reproducibility, and increasing the accessibility of research and academia. I work with CINN, the Bilingualism in the Brain lab, and the Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics lab.