Rachel completed her BSc in Psychology and MSc in Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Birmingham, UK. She then completed her PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of British Columbia, Canada under the supervision of Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose. Her PhD work utilised lesion network mapping to investigate the functional networks disrupted by cerebral small vessel disease, its relationships with cognitive and mobility impairment, and the use of resistance training to target disease progression. She is now a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Human Motor Control and Neuromodulation Lab under the supervision of Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart. In this role, Rachel will use diverse neuroimaging methodologies to evaluate neural targets for deep brain stimulation to treat cognitive impairment in people with Parkinson’s Disease.