Research Program: International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems
My research strives to make fundamental discoveries that will assist the future of brain-computer interface technology. In particular, I measure human brain activity with ultra-high field functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) with the aim to define the precise neuro-circuitry and computations giving rise to human visual perception.
I completed my PhD research at the University of Sydney and the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany. I subsequently moved to Berlin to take up an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin.
I became a proud member Western Sydney University’s academic staff in 2017. I am also an Honorary Associate of UNSW and Macquarie University.
- The neural basis of human visual awareness
- Perceptual inference and predictive coding
- Altered visual perception in psychosis
- The neural basis of hallucinations
Qualifications and Honours
BSc Biology (U Wollongong)
MSc Neuroscience and Behaviour (U Tuebingen, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics)
PhD Psychology (U Sydney)
For a full listing of my publications, please visit my Google Scholar page.(opens in a new window)