I am a PhD student in Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge, where I am investigating conceptual issues surrounding the replication crisis in psychology. I am dedicated to deepening our understanding of this crisis and related issues faced by the scientific community. In the academic year 2023/24, I will be a visiting researcher at the University of Vienna.
I also do empirical meta-research, and I am an affiliate of the meta-research innovation centre in Stanford (METRICS).
Together with Amy Orben and Sam Parsons, I founded the journal club initiative ReproducibiliTea, which provides a space for early career researchers to come together and discuss both the latest developments in and the challenges of Open Science in their fields. As a member of the global ReproducibiliTea steering committee, I continue to guide the initiative.
MSc (Research) in Psychological Methods and Statistics, minor in Logic, 2017-2019
University of Amsterdam
BA in Philosophy (Part I) and Psychology (Part II), 2013-2017
St John's College, University of Cambridge