My research aims to explore both theoretical and translational questions in human memory. My expertise includes the cognitive neuroscience of memory, amnesia and ageing. In my studies, I explore the neural substrates of long-term memory and the various factors that affect memory encoding and retrieval. I conduct behavioural, neuropsychological, neuroimaging (fMRI and EEG) and eye-tracking experiments combining multivariate and univariate analyses techniques.
Analysis of functional MRI data
Multivariate analysis of fMRI (machine learning)
Eye tracking and pupillometry
Experimental design of behavioural and neuroimaging studies