Place of work / study:
UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging
Area of Research:
Development of new MRI techniques for Alzheimer’s Disease
How is your work funded:
Medical Research Council (MRC)
Tell us a little about yourself:
I am curious physicist who always had an interested in ‘seeing the invisible’ from since doing projects using different imaging techniques. I like it when science is interdisciplinary, in my case, using novel physics techniques to try solve a biological problem.
Tell us a fun fact about yourself:
I can tap dance.
Why did you choose to work in dementia:
I think that Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the biggest global health problems of our time. It is such a cruel disease in completely taking a person away, I think any efforts to better understand why and how this happen are invaluable.