I received a PhD in biomedical engineering from University College London, London UK, in 2013. My PhD work focused on speech enhancement in bilateral cochlear implant users and modelling of binaural hearing. Next, I moved to the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge (UK) for a 3-year postdoc. During my postdoc I worked on psychophysical measures of performance in unilateral cochlaear implants. From February 2017 I am at the University of Maryland doing work with Dr Goupell.
- PhD University College London, London UK, 2013 - Biomedical Engineering
My research focuses on the peripheral limitations to speech understanding in bilateral cochlear implant users.