I am a research Master’s student in neuroscience at Vrije University Amsterdam. Since the beginning of my Bachelor’s studies in linguistics, I was particularly engaged with the topic of neurolinguistics. I have developed a passion for understanding the brain mechanisms that support language function, and their adaptation following brain damage. I am currently an intern at the Language Function and Dysfunction lab, where I am writing a scoping literature review on the electrophysiological signatures of language production and comprehension following an ischemic stroke or brain tumor. I have also been helping with an EEG study in a neurotypical population. This has offered me the lucky opportunity to work in a great environment, learn from talented researchers and receive training on many skills.
MSc in Neuroscience, 2021-present
Vrije University Amsterdam
BA in Linguistics, 2019-2021
University of Amsterdam