About Me

I’m Chloe, and I am currently a PhD candidate, spending five days a week in front of my computer, exploring how cognitive neuroscience and brain physiology can help to improve the brain’s functioning.

Alongside this, I’m a plant-lover, gym enthusiast and runner, with a big heart for data science.

Four years of undergraduate training in cognitive neuroscience has given me an understanding of how the brain works. Now, I want to make this information easily understandable and accessible to you!

With neuroscientist in training, I want to help you apply real science to your everyday life, using the latest neuroscience research to conquer your habits and behaviours. Understanding more about how your brain works can help you to get on top of work, study, and personal life.

I have always loved learning new things, but I know this isn’t the case for a lot of students. University work can feel difficult, long and draining. But it doesn’t have to be that way. From active recall to getting in your sleep, neuroscience can help you be more efficient in the way you tackle university (and keep your GPA exactly where you want it!)

If you are completing your final year or just starting your first orientation week – have a look at my latest blog posts to see how you can work smarter and make the most of your time at university.