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Josefine Waldthaler

Postdoctoral researcher

About me

I am a clinician scientist interested in the interplay of cognition and behavior in neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders.

The goal of my current research is to analyse eye movements and brain activity as well as their modulation by dopamine and deep brain stimulation to improve our understanding of executive dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease.

The primary tools I am using to pursue these goals are eye-tracking and neuropsychological testing in combination with EEG and MEG recordings.