I am a PhD student under the supervision of Dr Duncan Brumby and Prof Anna Cox. My research explores the challenges implicated in sustaining a healthy work-life balance. My main interest is enabling individuals to excel at both their careers and personal lives in the age of technology. I am interested in using a variety of methods ranging from more traditional qualitative and correlational methods to more novel data-instense techniques. I am also the Demonstrator for the MSc in Human- Computer Interaction at UCL. This role involves supporting teaching activities, supervising and mentoring students, and marking assignments and dissertations.
Prior to coming to UCLIC, I graduated the BSc Psychology at UCL with a distinction. During that time, I conducted my dissertation project and an internship at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscince with Prof Patrick Haggard. I also consulted for UCL on digitalizing doctoral-level education, again with Prof Haggard.