04 Aug 2011

Renate Rutiku

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Renate started studying psychology with a DAAD scholarship at the University of Potsdam in Germany and soon discovered her passion for cognitive neuroscience. This fascination eventually lead to 7 wonderful months at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in the context of her diploma thesis. There in the group of Lucia Melloni she worked together with Jaan Aru to study the impact of prior experience on perceptual processes via MEG. She returned to Estonia to start her PhD at the University of Tartu and continue research on conscious visual perception. Renate defended her PhD in 2015. Renate’s main interests lie in the study of NCC and visual perception but she is also very enthusiastic about new methodological developments in cognitive neuroscience.

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