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Victoria Peterson, PhD

Victoria is a CONICET Assistant Researcher at IMAL, Santa Fe, Argentina and Associate Professor at Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina. She obtained her degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2013 and her Ph.D. in Engineering, Signals, Systems and Computational Intelligence in 2018. In 2019, she joined IMAL, UNL-CONICET as a CONICET postdoc fellow and later in 2021, she became a Harvard Research Fellow at the Brain Modulation lab in the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA. Victoria is currently an external collaborator of the Brain Modulation Lab. She was a visiting Doctoral Student at the RELab, ETH Zurich in 2017 and 2018. She is currently the director of the Applied Computational Neuroengineering lab (NiCALab) at IMAL, CONICET-UNL. With over 10 years of experience in machine learning solutions for brain signal decoding in the context of brain-computer interfaces, one of her research projects was nominated to receive the BCI Award 2021. She is currently collaborating under the R61-NIH project on the AI-based identification of modulatory effects in electrographic seizure patterns recorded by the responsive neurostimulation device.  

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Twitter handle: @vpeterson09 

GitHub: @vpeterson 

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