Martyna Stachaczyk joins the Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience
Martyna Stachaczyk has joined the Blanke Lab for a joint post-doc position with the Laboratory of Professor Mackenzie Mathis to work on the neuroscience of hallucinations in mice and humans.
Martyna completed her PhD at Imperial College London under the supervision of professor Dario Farina in 2021. With a BSc in Neurobiology (Jagiellonian University of Cracow) and MRes in Neurotechnology (Imperial College London), she has a strong background in neuroscience and neuroengineering. Her most recent research focussed on human-centred neural interfacing: improving the connection between man and machines such that motor commands can be seamlessly decoded and transmitted to and from humans, according to their volition. Over the course of her studies, Martyna has collaborated with the ETHZ Laboratory for Movement Biomechanics, UCL’s Plasticity Group, IIT’s Cognition, Motion and Neuroscience Unit, and the CCM unit of the Flatiron Institute. She has experience in human-centred experimental design and data acquisition, signal processing, and computational neuroscience.
Welcome to the Lab Martyna!