My work has been focused on exploring the realm of human memory reactivation using behavioral and neuroimaging techniques. During my doctoral studies at the University of Birmingham, I delved into the layers of memory retrieval, unveiling a reverse temporal order of visual perception by investigating neural memory representation in scalp electroencephalography (EEG). Concurrently, I researched oscillatory neural activity during memory retrieval and encoding. Building on this foundation, my postdoctoral fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, under the guidance of Dr. Bernhard Spitzer, allowed me to broaden my interest in transitive inference and investigating working memory processes analysing human gaze patterns.
As a Ramon-y-Cajal fellow, my research interests are centered on one-shot learning experiences, working memory, and understanding how long-term memory retrieval can be enhanced.