I received my Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience from the University of Lethbridge in 2014. While in Lethbridge I was working in a lab focusing on the prenatal effects of stress on offspring. I finished my Masters of Science in Research Methods in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience from Swansea University in Wales in 2016. While there, my dissertation focused on transcranial direct current stimulation on the right parietal cortex, and its effect on the phenomena of binocular rivalry. Branching out into cognitive neuroscience broadened my research horizons but I am glad to be back working in behavioural neuroscience for my PhD. In my spare time I pretty much just watch and play sports. Baseball, football, soccer, hockey and curling are among my favourites but I have also been known to dabble in golf, rugby and tennis.