Neural Dynamics of Visual Cognition Group
Room JK 25/222b
I completed the Bachelor in Biology at the University of Havana in 2015 and then I started working for two years at the Cuban Neuroscience Center. During 2017-2019 I joined the Neurasmus master program completing a double degree in Neuroscience at the Universities of Göttingen and Bordeaux. In September 2019, I started the PhD as part of the Einstein Center for Neuroscience program.
I joined the group in January 2020 for a two-months lab rotation and then I decided to continue my PhD journey here. I am very interested in the neural mechanism of visual awareness and its relation to attention. My main project focus on the feedforward and feedback processing in the human visual cortex using lamina-resolved MRI and multivariate classification methods.
If you are interested in a small internship or completing your bachelor/master thesis with us, I would be happy to discuss potential research projects. Please feel free to contact me. A plus would be if you already know programming in, for example, Python or Matlab.
For a more detailed information, please see my CV.