For my undergraduate degree, I studied Psychological Science at the University of Queensland where I graduated with a first class honours in 2011. After spending a number of years gathering practical experience and valuable insight working with children with developmental disabilities, I moved to the Netherlands. Here I successfully completed a Research Master in Development and Socialisation in Childhood and Adolescence at Utrecht University in 2016.
In 2017, I received a PhD scholarship from the Australian Technology Network of Universities and QUT as part of the Industry Doctoral Training Centre. For my PhD, I am working in collaboration with an industry partner, the Developing Foundation, to create and apply Bayesian personalised predictive models to create developmental profiles and assess treatment options for children with disabilities.