Sabrina Mahmood

I am a PhD student in the Department of Language and Cognition, UCL. My research looks at grammatical sensitivity in people with aphasia and people with Parkinson’s disease, using a grammaticality judgement task.

I started my university education in Macquarie University, Sydney, where I completed my Bachelor of Education (Language) in 2010. I then pursued my Masters in Applied Linguistics and Teaching at University of Nottingham, which I was awarded in 2012.

I have taught at a few local Malaysian universities and a private college in London, volunteered at University College Hospital and was a teaching assistant for a Psychology module at UCL.