“My PhD supervisor, Professor Sue Denham and my internal collaborator, Professor Yaniv Hanoch guided me through all the ups and downs during my PhD journey, while my colleagues from the CogNovo program encouraged me to keep going. I found support and motivation at the University, which greatly enhanced the number of opportunities I had to excel in my research field.
“Plymouth provides state-of-the-art research equipment and spaces for conducting research in neuroscience, psychology and many other research fields. In addition to these research facilities, the University also provided me an opportunity to be a part of an international, multidisciplinary team of PhD students, called CogNovo. This EU Marie Curie funded PhD program allowed me to work closely with researchers from a spectrum of fields such as robotics, computational neuroscience, psychology, film restoration, arts and humanities which was complemented by my own research in the field of cognitive neuroscience."