Hannah graduated from The University of Edinburgh in 2021 with a Bachelors in Neuroscience. She completed her undergraduate research project in the Morris lab where she investigated the neurobiology of context-specific memory. She continued working as a Research Assistant in the Morris Lab where she developed protocols to investigate long-term and everyday context-specific memory in rats. She also investigated the capacity of the hippocampus to encode spatial memories in the absence of cell firing using a delayed match-to-place protocol in the Morris watermaze.
Hannah joined the Mrsic-Flogel lab as a Research Assistant in August 2022, where she will be working as part of a team to study the neural mechanisms of distributed decision-making in visually-guided tasks in mice.