I’m about to go back to school to learn programming at Queen Mary, University of London.

Before that I was a Programme Manager in a team running the Policy Research Programme within the Department of Health’s Research and Development Directorate.

Earlier, I have worked as a post-doc in the Department of Computer Science at Bath University, in the Artificial Models of Natural Intelligence group. At that time, I investigated cross-cultural differences in anti-social punishment.

Before my post-doc, I did a PhD at Newcastle University, in the Centre for Behaviour and Evolution. My work there focused on examining the phenomenon of competitive altruism.

For my MSc, I studied at the University of Wroclaw (Poland) in the Department of Anthropology. My research topic was preferences for risk-taking behaviour in opposite-sex partners.