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Yi Gao

BSc (Hons)

DPhil candidate

  • Brain and Cognition (Nobre Lab)

I am interested in how expectations of event timings guide selective attention and working memory. Using a combination of behavioural and neuroimaging methods, my research explores the neural mechanisms that are both commonly and differentially recruited to support flexible deployment of temporal expectations within varying learned contexts.

Prior to moving to Oxford, I completed my BSc in Neural Science at New York University Shanghai.