Martina De Lillo, PhD
Martina joined Cambridge Cognition as clinical scientist after collaborating as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Birmingham on a project focused on the effects of anxiety and sleep deprivation on cognitive and social abilities. Her PhD in Cognitive Psychology was completed at the University of Kent, where she investigated social cognitive abilities and their relationship with executive functions by using a variety of techniques such as eye-tracking and EEG.
She has also developed a cognitive training protocol aimed to train executive functions across the lifespan. Martina brings her expertise in cognitive abilities and a broad background and interest in cognition in health and disease, with interest and experience in mental health and various CNS disorders.
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