MA / PhD in Computer Science, Princeton University (2018 – present) Specialization: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning;
Supervisor: Professor Tom Griffiths.
Visiting Student in Statistics, University of Oxford (2020 – 2021)
OxCSML lab group;
Co-supervisor: Professor Yeh Whye Teh.
MA in Theoretical Neuroscience, University of California, Berkeley (2015-2018) Full pass (GPA 4.0); Supervisors: Professors Tom Griffiths and Bruno Olshausen.
BM BCh (Oxon) Graduate-Entry Medicine (Accelerated), St John’s College, University of Oxford (2011 – 2015)
Top of Year (Full Pass with Distinction): Preclinical Medicine;
Full Pass: Clinical Medicine; First student ever to receive Martin Wronker Prize for top-performing student for both preclinical years.
BSc (Honours) Biological Sciences (Neuroscience), University of Edinburgh (2008 – 2011)
Top of Year (First-Class degree title and dissertation); Prize for Best Science Student.
Prizes & Awards
- Cognitive Science Fellowship (Princeton University, 2020)
- Early Career Collaboration Enhancement Grant (Templeton World Charity Foundation, Diverse Intelligences grant, 2020)
- Graduate Research Project Grant (Keller Center for Innovation, Princeton University, 2020)
- Young Researcher Award (Apple; SVHRM Workshop, NeurIPS, 2019);
- Diverse Intelligences Summer Institute Fellowship (Templeton Foundation, 2019);
- Redwood Center Fellowship (University California, Berkeley, 2016-2017);
- Redwood Center Fellowship (University California, Berkeley, 2015-2016);
- Duveen Travel Scholarship (St John’s College; University of Oxford, 2015);
- INSPIRE Fund Prize (Academy of Medical Sciences, UK, 2014);
- NHS Award Bursary for Clinical Medicine (NHS, UK, 2013);
- Roy Kay Scholarship for excellence in pre-clinical medicine (Keble College, University of Oxford, 2012-2014);
- Keble Association and Faith Ivens-Franklin Study awards (Keble College, University of Oxford, 2012-2014);
- Martin Wronker Prize for top performance in pre-clinical medicine (University of Oxford, 2013);
- Martin Wronker Prize for top performance in pre-clinical medicine (University of Oxford, 2012);
- Brian Johnson Prize in Pathology (University of Oxford, 2012; proxime accessit);
- Baber Scholarship for academic merit (Keble College, University of Oxford, 2011);
- The Neuroscience Honours Prize for Best Science Student (University of Edinburgh, 2011).