Postdoctoral Research Associate, Philosophy, Australian National University
I completed a BA majoring in archaeology and philosophy in 2010, and a first-class honours in philosophy in 2011, and an MA in philosophy in 2017 (all from La Trobe University). In 2022 I received my PhD from the School of Philosophy at the Australian National University. I have been the recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award (La Trobe), a University Research Scholarship Award (ANU), and a Forethought Fellowship from the Global Priorities Institute at the University of Oxford.
Professionally, I have worked in quality management for a number NGO's in the community sector, including the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation.
Aug 15, 2022 17:43 pm UTC| Science
In the early 1990s, British neuroscientist Karl Friston was poring over brain scans. The scans produced terabytes of digital output, and Friston had to find new techniques to sort and classify the massive flows of...