Current position:
  • Research Assistant


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Before my degree, I thought of becoming a psychologist, but I acknowledged that, what fascinated me was, in reality, a complex signal processor that I would be struggling to comprehend just from the input and output signals. I needed a way to study its algorithms, and how they were implemented by cells. So I ventured into Biomedical Engineering, and navigated towards Neuroscience.

Now, I work on the integration of real-time EEG and fMRI data for the development of neurofeedback strategies to assist migraine patients. Specifically, I aim to synchronize, correct and extract biomarkers from these signals so they can be applied in neurofeedback experiments to study this disease.