- MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow
- Spinoza Centre for Neuroimaging
The aim of my research is to investigate the relation between the psychological and physiological mechanisms involved in the basic processes of perception and attention. The theoretical framework for my research draws from work in perception, cognitive neuroscience, and neurophysiology. My current work aims to characterize how attentional mechanisms affect the spatial aspects of early visual processing in visually intact adults, as well as in clinical populations (e.g., stroke patients). To quantitatively investigate the relation between brain and behavior, I combine a wide array of methodology, such as psychophysics, eyetracking, neuroimaging (7T fMRI), and computational modeling.