Ramisa Ahmed is a MPhil/PhD student of the lab, starting at the end of 2020. She received her BSc in Psychology with Cognitive Neuroscience and MSc in Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience from Goldsmiths (University of London), where she now continues her education as a PhD student. Ramisa uses non-invasive brain stimulation (namely transcranial magnetic stimulation) to study social perception (e.g. how we perceive emotions). For her undergraduate thesis she was able to present at the 2018 Brain Box Conference for early career researchers, she has since stayed active in the social side. She has started her own higher education/science communication platform on a variety of channels to represent her background and to share the PhD experience of others as well as her own, including an growing Instagram, a YouTube series and a podcast.