I am a PhD student at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne. My research involves investigating the brain areas that process facial expressions and motion. I’m also a practicing neurologist at the Christian Medical College Vellore. I joined my PhD at Melbourne as part of the Health Leaders program initiated by the University of Melbourne. Back at Vellore, I’m actively involved in clinical teaching, and I head the cognitive neuroscience and clinical phenomenology lab at CMC Vellore. My areas of interest include clinical phenomenology, cognitive Neuroscience, decision neuroscience, and neuro-philosophy. Outside of my academic life, I enjoy trekking, bicycling and endurance running.