Since March 2016, I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie post-doctoral fellow in the department of Psychology at the University of Plymouth (UK). I work on studying the neural basis of vivid mental imagery, 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.