ICARUS Integrated Clinical-Computational Affective Research Unit 

I am an MRC funded PhD student at King’s College London supervised by Emmanuelle Peters and Liam Mason. My work investigates the neural mechanisms of trauma memory recall in people with dual-diagnosed PTSD-psychosis. Using task-based and resting state functional MRI alongside experience sampling method, my aim is to provide a mechanistic understanding of trauma memory recall and related cognitions. I am particularly interested in open research methods and data-driven analysis processes. I received a BSc in Psychology from the University of Bath and Research MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience from Leiden University. Prior to joining the MRC Doctoral Training Partnership at King’s, I worked at the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit at University College London.

See Ze Freeman’s papers on the Research page