About me

As a cognitive neuroscientist, I investigate how the brain transforms sensory information into useful decisions, and how such decisions change with experience. I combine psychophysics and computational modelling of behavioural data with electrophysiological recordings in humans and rodents to understand how sensory information is combined with previous experience to inform decisions about the external world.

I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in Anne Churchland‘s lab at Cold Spring Harbor, where I am part of the International Brain Laboratory consortium. In my doctoral research in the lab of Tobias Donner at the Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf and University of Amsterdam, I investigated how our previous choices bias the way we interpret later information, and how this process is affected by the confidence in our decisions. I am passionate about open science and reproducibility, and I have a penchant for pondering philosophy.