Thanks for visiting! I’m a quantitative social scientist and in my research I try to advance understanding of public attitude and behaviour change and the role of public communication therein, and then apply this understanding to help solve societal problems, such as vaccine hesitancy and pandemic preparedness, and the negative effects of political propaganda. I received my Ph.D. in experimental psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London and currently hold an early career research fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust in which I’m studying the impact of personalised/targeted communication on voters’ attitudes and behaviour in democracies. I’m based at the Centre for the Politics of Feelings in London and am also a research affiliate of the Human Cooperation Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Beyond my substantive research areas, I’m interested in metascience, the R programming language, and giving what we can. If you’d like to know more, please get in touch!