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I am a clinician scientist (MD) at the Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation Unit at Charité Berlin. I have built an expertise in movement disorders, neurophysiology and deep brain stimulation. My strengths are the implementation of methods for multimodal and multidimensional data analysis for clinical neuroscience applications. My current work combines computational modelling, machine and deep learning, structural and functional connectomics (fMRI), invasive (LFP/ECoG) and non-invasive (EEG/MEG) neurophysiology, to develop the next-generation of intelligent clinical brain computer interfaces for patients with movement disorders.
The challenge I am currently working on is to try and integrate insights from PD pathophyisology, basal ganglia function, dopamine and reinforcement learning into a holistic cortex – basal ganglia – circuit model.
I am actively engaging in programs and activities that aim to improve the scientific landscapes in terms of openness, reproducibility, diversity, equity and inclusiveness.
I am severely hearing impaired.