I am a neuropsychologist with a particular interest in the consequences of traumatic brain injuries. I studied the neuroimaging correlates of changes in cognition and function in collaboration with colleagues in Neurosurgery, Neuroradiology, and Clinical Physics at the University of Glasgow.
I have a broad interest in neuropsychological assessment, and a particular focus on outcomes after brain injury. My work has included the design of structured interviews for the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOSE), and the modified Rankin Scale (mRS), construction of a test of short-term visual memory, and development of novel assessments of quality of life after brain injury (the QOLIBRI scales). My current research continues to focus on brain injury outcomes, particularly cognitive changes, functional outcome, and quality of life.