Silvy Collin defended her dissertation at the Donders Institute on 12 October 2018 and was awarded her PhD. During her time in our lab, Silvy worked on the representations of episodic memories using fMRI. Silvy is now a postdoc in Ken Norman’s Computational Memory lab at Princeton.
Silvy Collin has been awarded the Rubicon grant by The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) to continue her scientific career at the Princeton Computational Neuroscience lab lead by Ken Norman. During her postdoc there she wants to investigate how the brain structures continuous, real-life experience with the use of computational modeling, neuroimaging and realistic episodic memory tasks. We wish Silvy all the best for her future!
Read more on the NWO website.
We seek motivated master students for an upcoming project, which aims at identifying the functional and neural interplay of reactivation processes during wakefulness and sleep. The experiment, starting in August 2016, will be performed in the MEG laboratory of the Donders Institute.