Science Communication

In an open-access society, information is at everyone's fingertips. As scientists, we have a responsibility to disseminate our research in an honest and transparent manner. Despite our best efforts, findings can often be elaborated or misinterpreted in the media. 

Science Writing

As part of my commitment to knowledge mobility, I write evidence-based pieces on learning and development for BOLD ideas (Jacob's Foundation) and other digital platforms for parents and schools. Click here to read my pieces.

Public Engagement

I have just launched the Science or Fiction podcast with our first series focusing on youth mental health. This series was co-produced with young people to make it accessible and informative for young people. We interview researchers to separate the science from the fiction in news headlines. Find out more on our website: 


I've designed and conducted a range of workshops for children, teachers, and the general public. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in hosting a workshop. 


I have lots of ideas on how we can communicate science findings and how we can engage the public in an exchange of knowledge - get in touch if you'd like to be involved!