In 2011-2012, I was a Bersoff Fellow in the Philosophy Department at New York University.
I have been a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since 2013.
My PhD dissertation was about the effects of attention on visual experience and their implications for epistemology. I argued that, to understand the nature and epistemic role of attention consistently with these effects, we need to recognize a certain indeterminacy in conscious vision: visual experience is experience of determinable properties, and visual attention affects which of these properties we see.
At Reading, I ran the Brain and Humanity Research theme for the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics. I was also a founding member of the interdisciplinary Centre for Cognition Research.
At Berkeley, Ariel Rokem and I ran the Townsend Center Working Group in Philosophy of Mind, an interdisciplinary group in philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience.