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In my academic life, I work as a neuroeconomist, studying the neural basis of economic decisions. This is actually my second PhD after having spent the last 3.5 years in Vienna working on understanding how pigeons detect magnetic fields.
Outside of work, I enjoy running, squash, rowing and gaelic football and play jazz piano. I'm also self-teaching myself german and accordion from my time in vienna!
I've tutored to A-level standard since I was a teenager and have worked part-time as tutor with Oxbridge Applications tutoring university entrance for the past 6 years.
As a PhD student I also have a real passion for biological sciences and building knowledge for the sake of learning which I aim to pass on to my students.
Between successful applications to and interviewing prospective candidates for undergraduate, postgraduate and fellowship roles I have a tonne of experience with how to build a personal statement and present on previous work/interests.
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