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Elena Kalinina

Short bio

before coming to Trento for the Cognitive Neuroscience Master Program, I worked in the field of Computational Linguistics and did research on language. In 2013 I got a Master degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, and for my master thesis I carried out the decoding analysis of a mental rotation experiment. In 2012 I followed some courses at Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (Berlin, Germany) and did an internship at John-Dylan Haynes's neuroimaging lab. My PhD thesis is going to be on real-time fMRI (rtfMRI).

Research interests
neural decoding fMRI (real-time fMRI state-dependent fMRI) MVPA computational neuroscience machine learning