I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Melbourne majoring in Neuroscience and Psychology, which sparked my interest in the relationship between physiology and behaviour. In 2018, I completed my PhD at QUT investigating sleep related processes, and the interplay between healthy sleep, resilience and self-regulation in children and young people. I have worked across a range of projects in the government, industry and health sciences sectors and developed skills in a range of quantitative and qualitative methods. My research interests lie in applying physiological and ambulatory measurement techniques to develop research outcomes with a strong emphasis on real-world translation and impact, particularly in the areas of young adult sleep health and risk-taking behaviour.