Daniel Feuerriegel

I am interested in how our visual systems are influenced by what we have recently seen, and what we expect to see in the future. My research focuses on how repeated exposure to the same face or object can alter the response properties of neurons that encode these stimuli (known as stimulus-specific adaptation or repetition suppression). I use a variety of techniques including event-related potentials, fast periodic visual stimulation and multivariate pattern classification. I am now a postdoc at the University of Melbourne.

PhD Supervisors: Dr Hannah Keage and Dr Owen Churches

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Louise Lavrencic

I have a broad interest in cognitive ageing and factors that help people maintain their cognitive functioning in later life. For my PhD, I investigated cognitive reserve in older people, and how this operates in the brain. I have used various brain imaging techniques, including electroencephalography (EEG) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). I am now a Postdoctoral Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). 

PhD Supervisors: Dr Hannah Keage and Dr Owen Churches

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