I attended the University of Nottingham as an undergraduate and graduated in 2014. I studied Physics with Medical Physics and obtained a 1st Class Masters Degree MSci. During my studies I undertook modules in general physics as well as modules specialized in medical physics such as Health Physics, Molecular Biophysics, Accelerators to Imaging, Function Medical Imaging and Imageing and Image Processing. In my third year I undertook a small research project which involved building and EMG to investigate muscle fatigue. My Masters project looked at the effect that biological sources of interference has on measured connectivity using MEG.
My Research interests are in functional medical imaging mainly using magnetoencephalography
University of Nottingham- MSci Research Project- Measuring the effect of biological interference on connectivity using MEG