I am currently a post-doctoral fellow working with Dr Justin Ales at the University of St Andrews (UK). I am investigating how the brain processes long-range motion.
I obtained a PhD in Neuroscience in June 2014, under the supervision of Prof Michele Fabre-Thorpe at CerCo, CNRS, Toulouse, France. During this program, I studied the mechanisms of visual object categorisation using behavioural and EEG techniques.
Subsequently, I worked as a post-doctoral fellow first at CIMeC (Italy) and at the University of Aberdeen (UK). During my first post-doc, I worked with Profs Veronica Mazza and Alfonso Caramazza. We investigated the cerebral processes involved in object individuation using EEG approaches. In my second post-doc, I studied visuo-spatial working memory for emotional faces with Dr Margaret Jackson.