Sarah is a PhD student working on the early brain development study. Her research focuses on autistic mothers and the development of their babies. She is particularly interested in how autistic mothers experience pregnancy and parenthood, including exploring the strengths of being an autistic mother as well as what support would be helpful.

Her methods include qualitative methods, magnetic resonance imaging and eye tracking.  Before her PhD, Sarah worked as a research assistant at the University of Edinburgh. Prior to this, she obtained her MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, where she investigated creativity and autism, and completed a BA in Philosophy and Modern and Medieval Languages at Cambridge