I am a CNS Master student and currently do my internship in the CAN-lab where I am part of the BraNeReg project under the supervision of Florian Krause. Using (real-time) fMRI Neurofeedback Training, we try to increase the stress resilience in participants and analyse how this training might influence cognition and affect.
In general, my research interests are focusing more and more on the neuroscience behind stress-psychpathologies, but also other neurological disorders like neurodegenerative disorders. I am interested in learning how to investigate the detailed functioning of disorders, but also in which way neuroscience can help in expanding therapies and interventions.
Before I started the CNS Master's programme here at the Radboud University, I finished my Bachelors at the University in Osnabrueck, Germany in Cognitive Science. After I finished my internship for my Bachelor Thesis in one of the labs of the Radboudumc, I was happy to come back here to do my Masters.
In my free time, I really enjoy to just wind down a bit and do Yoga, Painting and have nice evenings with friends.