I am a postdoctoral researcher with a multi-disciplinary
background who works at the interface of neuroscience, image processing, data
analytics and clinical research. My aspiration is to
identify reliable and biologically specific in vivo biomarkers, and to bridge the gap between MRI methods development and
neuroscientific applications. At the MPI-CBS, I am combining quantitative
MRI with histological data to investigate myelination. Current projects I am involved in study the cortical myelination in chimpanzees and spatially resolved lipid imaging as a method for validation of MR-based myelin markers.
I am also active at the CBS Open Science Initiative and lead editor of the OHBM blog.
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2014 – 2018: Postdoc, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
2011 - 2014: Postgraduate Tutor, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
2011 - 2014: PhD in Brain Imaging, Cardiff University Brain Imaging Centre (CUBRIC), School of Psychology, United Kingdom
2009 - 2011: Teaching assistant for Research Methodology and Statistics, University of Graz, Austria
2008 – 2011: BSc in Molecular Biology (with distinction), University of Graz, Austria
2007 – 2008: University exchange year, York University, Toronto, Canada
2005 - 2011: Mag.rer.nat. in Psychology (with distinction), University of Graz, Austria