Aimee Arely Flores-Sandoval, M.Sc.

Doctoral researcher (in cooperation with Charité – University Medicine Berlin)

Main Focus

I am focusing on studying the mechanisms underlying  brain-computer interface and noninvasive brain stimulation and their application for motor function recovery after stroke 

We are currently recruiting participants for a study which aims to promote motor function recovery in participants with stroke ( ID: NCT06116942). For getting more information on our study please refer to:

We are happy to host erasmus and rotations, please contact me for further questions.

Curriculum Vitae


Since 2022     Ph.D. candidate, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Leipzig, Germany. 
Since 2021     Einstein scholar. Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin. Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 
2017-2019      Master in Cognitive Science. Cognitive Neuroscience track. Centro Interdipartimentale Mente/Cervello. University of Trento. Rovereto, Trento. Italy.

Research experience 

2019-2021      Assistant. Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation. Harvard Medical School. Boston. MA. USA.

2018-2019     Intern. Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Sitmulation. Harvard Medical School. Boston. MA. USA.


  • Flores-Sandoval, A., Davila-Pérez, P., Buss, S. S., Donohoe, K., O’Connor, M., Shafi, M. M., et al. (2023). Spectral power ratio as a measure of EEG changes in mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease: A case-control study. Neurobiology of Aging. doi:10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2023.05.010.
  • Resting-state EEG signatures of Alzheimer’s disease are driven by periodic but not aperiodic changes. Martina Kopčanová, Luke Tait, Thomas Donoghue, George Stothart, Laura Smith, Aimee Arely Flores Sandoval, Paula Davila-Perez, Stephanie Buss, Mouhsin M. Shafi, Alvaro Pascual-Leone, Peter J. Fried, Christopher S.Y. Benwell

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