As a Psychologist, I specialised in developmental psychology with a specific focus on autism spectrum disorder, I was studying the female experience of the autistic spectrum in the University of Cambridge. Later I joined the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication in Cambridge where I was mainly focusing on people's understandings of small probabilities as well as of quantitative evidence. I am currently pursuing my PhD in King's College London. I am interested in the cross-cultural aspects of the design, adaptation and implementation of interventions in global child mental health.
Beside academia, I am part of the Global Shapers Network, working in the Cambridge Hub. I am an Ambassador for the One Young World community, representing my home country, Hungary. I am a content writer for the Global Health Next Generation Network.