Postdoctoral Research Associate
- PhD (Cognitive Neuroscience)
I'm a neuroscientist interested in the neural basis of decision-making. During my PhD, I investigated the Brain Valuation System, a network involved in subjective valuation and decision-making processes through fMRI and iEEG in humans. My post-doctoral project is to closely investigate two subparts of the Brain Valuation System, the vmPFC and the OFC in various species of primates (including human) and rodents. The goal is to provide a complete overview of the morphology, connectivity and evolutional history of the central hub of value-based decision-making.
Choose, rate or squeeze: Comparison of economic value functions elicited by different behavioral tasks
Lopez-Persem A. et al, (2017), PLoS Computational Biology
How prior preferences determine decision-making frames and biases in the human brain
Lopez-Persem A. et al, (2016), eLife, 5
The human ventromedial prefrontal cortex: sulcal morphology and its influence on functional organization.
LOPEZ ALIZEE. et al, Journal of Neuroscience