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I obtained my PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Cambridge at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. During my PhD, I investigated the role of endogenous neural dynamics underlying different aspects of phenomenal consciousness using EEG and LFPs in humans.
I joined Simon's lab in 2017 with an Amsterdam Brain and Cognition Talent Grant to further investigate phenomenal consciousness using EEG, eye-tracking and measures of information coupling and complexity. By combining EEG with eye-tracking, we investigate the neural information patterns of visual percepts in the absence of explicit report.
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