Alumni of the Department High-Field Magnetic Resonance
Department Computational Neuroscience
Neuromodulatory systems set the stage for all the key neural computations. A demonstration of their crucial role is represented by clinical conditions which are associated with neuromodulator dysfunctions as in Parkinson and depression. Therefore, it is essential to explore their contribution to information encoding and processing in cognitive processes. My research focuses on unraveling the roles of neurochemical signals in adaptive decision-making by examining the linked behavioral and neural data.
Since February 2023 PhD student at MPI Tübingen (Department of Computational Neuroscience) & Graduate School of Neuroscience, Tübingen University
2019-2020 Research assistance (MPI Tübingen - Department of High-Field Magnetic Resonance)
2015-2018 M.Sc. in Neural Information Processing, Graduate School of Neuroscience, Tübingen University, Germany
2012-2014 B.Sc. in Electrical engineering (Telecommunication, 97/140 units), Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
2010-2014 B.Sc. in Biomedical engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran