Laura Dugué

IMG_1601

How does the brain process the overwhelming amount of visual input projecting onto the retina at every seconds? Do we experience the world continuously or as a discrete sequence of events, like samples of a video camera? How does this translate spatially? Using EEG, MEG, TMS, fMRI, psychophysics and eye-tracking, I am studying the question of the spatio-temporal dynamics of visual attention.

I am currently a Post-Doctoral fellow in Marisa Carrasco’s lab at the Center for Neural Science (CNS) and the Psychology department of New-York University (NYU). I received my PhD from Toulouse University (France), advised by Rufin VanRullen.

CONTACT

Laura Dugué

Meyer Building, 6 Washington Place, Room 955, New York University, New York, NY 10003

laura.dugue@nyu.edu

Find me on: Linkedin and Research Gate