In 2013 I graduated from University College Cork with a BA (Hons) in Applied Psychology, and obtained an MSc in Human Cognitive Neuropsychology from the University of Edinburgh in 2014. My research examines interhemispheric dynamics and memory in ageing and age-related disorders, using cognitive neuroscience tools. Primarily I am interested in how EEG measures can inform about cognitive decline at early stages of Alzheimer's dementia. I am currently a PhD student at the University of Leeds, where I am investigating behavioural and neurocognitive manifestations of corpus callosum degeneration in healthy and Alzheimer-related ageing using EEG and MRI. My other research interests are in visual short-term memory, time perception and bimanual coordination."