Corinna Schulz

M.Sc., PhD Student

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Corinna first joined the lab for her lab rotation on phase coherence as a measure of dynamic functional connectivity in 2020. In 2021, she returned to the lab to do her master’s thesis work with us, where she focused on connectivity-based hyperalignment as a tool to improve group-level investigations of connectivity changes after brain stimulation. In December 2021, she started working as a PhD student in the lab and is now investigating the modulatory effect of ghrelin on motivation and dopamine release (using PET/MR imaging).

Corinna studied psychology at Maastricht University, where she completed her bachelor’s degree with honors in 2019 and received an award for the best bachelor thesis work. Then, she moved to Tübingen to study Neural and Behavioral Sciences for her master’s at the Graduate Training Center for Neuroscience, Tübingen. She has worked as a statistics and methods tutor at Maastricht University and as a student research assistant in the labs of Rainer Goebel (Maastricht University) and Peter Dayan (MPI for Biological Cybernetics).