i am a behavioural neuroscientist by training, with a special interest in how our experiences help shape our sensory and motor systems. much of my research focuses on how we learn complex skills, and using this knowledge to improve training paradigms. i work primarily with health professionals, musicians and athletes, though my work generalises to many other domains. my lab also studies how we evaluate performance, particularly in high-stakes environments. the 'big picture' questions driving this work are how learning and practice change our brain, and the way that information flows between different neural systems. please visit my lab site or explore the links above for more information.