NeuroImaging Center (NIC)
Johannes-Gutenberg University Medical Center
Langenbeckstr. 1, Bldg. 308c, 55131 Mainz, Germany
Dr. Syanah Wynn
My research focuses on the brain processes involved in memory-related decision-making and optimal learning.
As a PhD candidate at the Donders Institute at the Radboud University I did research on the role of the parietal cortex in memory confidence, using EEG, TMS and tACS. During my time at the Radboud University I also collaborated on projects that focused on attention, decision making and/or movement, using EEG, TMS and tDCS. In 2020, I started as a postdoctoral research associate at Bowdoin College, using EEG and tACS to explore frontoparietal contributions to memory. In 2022, I started as a research fellow at the Centre for Human Brain Health at the University of Birmingham, where I investigates the neural underpinnings of object recognition, using MEG and MRI. Now I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Neuroimaging Center at the Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center Mainz. Here I will continue my work on the neural underpinnings of memory-related decision-making with the use of EEG, TMS, and fMRI.