Manuela Ruzzoli


Associate Group Leader - Ikerbasque Research Fellow 2021-2026 - Ramon y Cajal Fellow 2021-2026

Keywords: Attention, Cognitive Control, (Multisensory) Perception, Electroencephalogram (EEG), Brain Oscillations, Brain Stimulation

Manuela’s research investigates the physiological and cognitive mechanisms associated with human behaviour in perception, attention and cognitive control. She is interested in identifying reliable brain states predictive of performance to foster self-regulation of cognition. To do that, Manuela uses EEG (event-related and ongoing activity) and non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS, tES), coupled with psychophysics, neuropsychology or behavioural tests. Currently, she is leading projects on brain-computer interface (BCI) for attention enhancement with an emphasis on real-time analyses. 

Research group: Brain Rhythms and Cognition

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