I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
My expertise is in the field of applied psychology with an emphasis on social inequalities and workplace biases.
As a social and organizational psychologist, I examine mechanisms that perpetuate inequalities and biases, and explore what is necessary to create successful interventions for addressing these societal and organizational issues. I adopt an interdisciplinary perspective combining insights from psychology, organizational behavior research, health sciences, and sociology. I am skilled at using a multimethod approach including experiments, physiological stress measurements, meta-analysis, and archival data analysis.
Mirroring my aspirations and goals as a scholar, my research has been well received by the scientific community and the public alike. For instance, I have acquired several research grants, received multiple international scientific awards, and been invited for numerous public talks and knowledge transfers.
I pursued my Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Bern and New York University and received my degree in December 2019 from the University of Bern.