Principal Investigator

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BERNHARD STARESINA

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience

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Lab Manager/RA

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POLINA PERZICH

Lab Manager/Research Assistant

Prior to her time as a MSc student at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, Polina completed a BSc in Psychology at the University of Exeter. Polina is interested in the relationship between sleep and plasticity and supports the day-to-day running of the lab. 

PhD Students

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JUDE THOM

Jude explores neural activity relating to the formation and retrieval of memories, with a particular interest in using closed-loop systems to influence memory performance. He is funded by the BBSRC.

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MARIT PETZKA

Marit is interested in the mechanisms underlying consolidation of associative memory in both sleep and wakefulness. She uses electrophysiological methods (scalp and intracranial EEG). 

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OLI RATCLIFFE

Oli uses electrical brain stimulation (tDCS) to boost working memory maintenance and sleep-dependent consolidation of long term memories. He is funded by the MRC. 

Visiting Scholars

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MARCEL KEHL

Marcel investigates mechanisms underlying memory consolidation using single unit recordings from the Medial Temporal Lobe (MTL) in humans. He is particularly interested in how newly acquired memories are stored and reactivated during sleep. 

Alumni

ANDREA MARCHINA - Visiting scholar
JAN WEBER - Intern
MANQI SHA - Visiting Scholar

JOSEPH DANBY - MSc Student
NICOLE EL MAR - ClinPsyD Student
MARIA DEL CARMEN MARTIN-BURO - PhD Student
HONG-VIET NGO - Post Doc

 

DINO SANTIS - MSc Student
THOMAS SCHREINER - Post Doc
HEIDRUN SCHULTZ - Post Doc
MATTHIAS TREDER - Post Doc
ALEX CHATBURN - Visiting Scholar
ZAINAB ALYOBI - MSc Student

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