Murray is a PhD student in the Neurotechnology CDT at Imperial College London (ICL) and a visiting researcher at the University of Cambridge. His work involves making devices that monitor the brain in severe cases of neural injury. He hopes to improve the clinical standard for brain monitoring devices, incorporating architectures that better suit the organ and help improve patient outcomes.
Murray is a Nanoscience DTC Associate at Cambridge and serves on the organising committee for Black in Neuro. He is co-founder of the African-Caribbean Research Collective and founder of the ICL Black Doctoral Network. Murray believes that there is not a lack of talented Black scientists globally, however, they face significantly more barriers than their racial counterparts e.g. socioeconomic, selection biases and retention. For STEM to be more equitable, more science from the African continent and Caribbean countries must be recognised and Black scientists should connect and collaborate when their spheres disenfranchise them.