I received my Diplom in Psychology from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2011. In my thesis, which was supervised by Florian Schmiedek (DIPF), I explored inhibition using a diffusion model approach. During my studies, I focused mainly on neurocognitive sciences and the intersections of computer science and psychology; spending my last year abroad, first in the lab of Eric-Jan Wagenmakers (University of Amsterdam), then in the lab of Roger Ratcliff (The Ohio State University). I returned to Berlin, where I worked for Birgit Stürmer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) before starting my DPhil studies in the ACC lab at Oxford University in the fall of 2011, where I was supervised by Nick Yeung. In fall 2013, I spent several weeks visiting the lab of Stanislas Dehaene at Neurospin, Paris. I successfully completed my DPhil studies in June 2015 and then started my first postdoctoral research position with Benedetto De Martino (2014-2016 Cambridge University, 2016-present University College London). In May 2017, I began my second postdoctoral research position in the lab of Sam Gilbert (University College London). I started my Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship in the fall of 2018.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like to receive my full CV.