Translational Neuroscience student (MSc)
In 2016 I started studying Psychology at the Free University Berlin. From 2017 till 2019, I also worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in the field of developmental psychology. I earned my bachelor’s degree in 2019 with the thesis focusing on age-related differences in default-mode-network during memory tasks (fMRI study). Afterwards, I moved to Würzburg to pursue a master’s degree in Translational Neuroscience at the University of Würzburg. My research in VisualDBS lab focuses on cognitive aspects of DBS treatment and predicting cognitive improvement using connectivity analyses. Besides,I am also working with Deserno lab in the Psychiatry department analyzing the relationship between mood and learning as well as teaching statistics in the Translational Neuroscience master’s program.
I like to cook and bake for friends and family in my free time. Currently, I have discovered a new hobby: knitting. Other than that, I like to watch Anime and play games: board games as well as video games.