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Victoria Peterson, PhD

Victoria received her graduate degree in Bioengineering from Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos (Argentina) in 2013, and her Ph.D degree from Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Argentina) in 2018. In 2017 and 2018 she visited the RELAB, ETH Zurich (Switzerland).  During her Ph.D studies, she worked in the development of robust machine learning methods for brain signal decoding for rehabilitative Brain-Computer Interfaces applications. She has also gained experience in the development of self-acquired EEG-based BCI datasets, including the design of the experiments, paradigm and protocols. In 2019 she joined the Instituto de Matemática Aplicada del Litoral, UNL-CONICET (Argentina) as a Postdoctoral fellow. She joined the Brain Modulation Lab in 2021as a Harvard Research Fellow on our CRCNS Deep Neural Network Approaches for Closed-loop DBS collaboration with the ICNeuromodulation Neumann Group at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is now a faculty researcher at IMAL, UNL-CONICET in Santa Fe, Argentina.

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