I joined the Cognitive and Language Development research team in 2018 after completing my Honours thesis, which focused on speech perception during noisy conditions in bilinguals. I previously completed graduate studies in Museum and Curatorial Studies and in Arts Management. I also worked for more than 10 years in several cultural institutions focusing on contemporary visual arts. As the Laboratory Manager, I act as the principle administrative liaison and assist the research team on projects examining infants’ social and cognitive development. I intend to draw on the skills and knowledge that I have gained from these academic and professional experiences to pursue graduate studies in Clinical Psychology.