I am currently working at the Swansea University Sleep Laboratory with Professor Mark Blagrove. My work focuses on the role of REM sleep and dreams in emotional memory, and I am also interested in studying individuals who frequently experience nightmares and other forms of intense dream experiences. Other research interests include sleep paralysis, lucid dreaming, consciousness studies, and the use of dreamwork in psychology.

I received my PhD in Biomedical Science from the University of Montreal in 2016, where I conducted research at the Dream and Nightmare Laboratory with Dr. Tore Nielsen.


  1. & Nightmare Severity Is Inversely Related to Frontal Brain Activity During Waking State Picture Viewing. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 15(02), 253-264.
  2. et. al. Aetiology and treatment of nightmare disorder: State of the art and future perspectives. Journal of Sleep Research, e12820
  3. & Sleep spindles are altered in early- but not late-onset nightmare recallers. Sleep Medicine 52, 34-42.
  4. & A novel Differential Susceptibility framework for the study of nightmares: Evidence for trait sensory processing sensitivity. Clinical Psychology Review 58, 86-96.
  5. & Elevated perseveration errors on a verbal fluency task in frequent nightmare recallers: a replication. Journal of Sleep Research

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