My research examines the relationship between human behaviour and brain structure. As an evolutionary neuroscientist, I approach behaviour from “deep” anatomical and evolutionary frames of reference. I research the emergence of human cognition from fossil, archaeological, and genetic records. Most recently I have focused on the neuroanatomical and comparative basis of cognition and its implications for well-being and inclusivity in the built and unbuilt environment.
I am keen to supervise self-motivated PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with similar research interests.
- BA Arizona State University
- PhD The George Washington University
- European Network for Brain Evolution Research https://sites.google.com/site/eurobrainevolnet/