De Meo Rosanna

Postdoc fellow

Rosanna dot De-meo at chuv dot ch

Background

PhD in Neuroscience, University of Lausanne, UNIL

Bachelor in Psychology, University of Lausanne, UNIL

Master in Neuroscience, University of Geneva, UNIGE

 


Research interests

Auditory cortex, plasticity, semantic representations, training/learning, EEG

Current projects

Plasticity of semantic representations

Awards and Grants

  • Nov. 2013: SSN Travel Fellowship

Publications

De Meo, R., Bourquin, NM, Knebel, JF, Murray, MM & Clarke, S. (2015) From bird to sparrow: Learning-induced modulations in fine-grained semantic discrimination.Neuroimage. Jun 9;118:163-173. http://doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.05.091.

De Meo, R., Murray, M. M., Clarke, S., & Matusz, P. J. (2015). Top-down control and early multisensory processes: chicken vs. egg. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 9. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnint.2015.00017

Oral presentations

  • International School of Clinical Neuroanatomy, Venice, May 2013: “From bird to sparrow: electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.”

Poster presentations

  • Sep. 2012: Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Les Diablerets.
    R. De Meo, N. Bourquin, J.-F. Knebel, M.M. Murray and S. Clarke. From bird to sparrow: electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.
  • Jan. 2013: Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting, Champéry
    R. De Meo, N. Bourquin, J.-F. Knebel, M.M. Murray and S. Clarke. From bird to sparrow: electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.
  • Feb. 2013: Swiss Society of Neuroscience annual meeting, Geneva
    R. De Meo, N. Bourquin, J.-F. Knebel, M.M. Murray and S. Clarke. From bird to sparrow: electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.
  • Sep. 2013: Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Les Diablerets.
    R. De Meo, N. Bourquin, J.-F. Knebel, M.M. Murray and S. Clarke. From bird to sparrow: electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.
  • Nov. 2013: Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting, San Diego.
    R. De Meo, N. Bourquin, J.-F. Knebel, M.M. Murray and S. Clarke. Electrophysiological correlates of intra-categorical discrimination training.