Since September 2018, I am a senior research associate in the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG) at the University of Bristol (UK). Together with Dr Olivia Maynard, we are using brain imaging, behavioural and qualitative measures to investigate the impact of exposure to efficacy messages in daily smokers' attitude towards smoking and health warnings.
From March 2016 to March 2018, I have been a Marie Sklodowska-Curie post-doctoral fellow in the department of Psychology at the University of Plymouth (UK). I investigated the neural basis of mental imagery using EEG and a machine learning approach, in collaboration with Pr. Giorgio Ganis.
I worked from March 2013 to March 2015 as a post-doc fellow in Pr. Partik Vuilleumier's lab in Geneva. There I investigated how the hypnotic state can change the attentional and emotional behaviors, using EEG and fMRI.
I defended my PhD in September 2012, at the CNRS Center for Brain and Cognition Research in Toulouse, France. I worked under supervision of Pr. Arnaud Delorme and studied the EEG correlates of meditation and mind-wandering.