Lies Deceuninck

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PhD Student

KU Leuven

Email: lies.deceuninck@nerf.be

  • Started at NERF: 01/09/2017

Recent-event working memory is the important cognitive ability to memorise and evaluate events that happened in the immediate past in order to learn of make appropriate decisions. Using a combination of biophysical research methods and computational approaches, including electrical recordings of brain activity in behaving rodents, real-time closed-loop interventions and ontogenetic perturbation techniques, the aim of my project is to identify and characterise the neural networks and their activity patterns that mediate recent-event working memory.

2018 Master in Biophysics, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, KU Leuven
2017 Bachelor in physics, KU Leuven