David Zeugin

Data Scientist

I studied biology, evolution and conservation at Université de Lausanne. During my thesis, I specialized in neuroscience with brain stimulation. I investigated the effects of the excitatory modulation of the primary visual cortex on motor control. I’ve developed a strong interest in causal functional connetivity, machine learning and overall statistical analysis. I enjoy working on innovative projects aiming for clinical application, in collaboration with teams covering different fields of expertise. 

Current projects:

Rehabilitation of attentional processes with VR-based games: behavioral, fMRI, and eye-traking analysis.


  • Zeugin, D., Notter, M. P., Knebel, J. F., & Ionta, S. (2020). Temporo-parietal contribution to the mental representations of self/other face. Brain and Cognition, 143, 105600.
  • Franceschiello, B., Di Sopra, L., Minier, A., Ionta, S., Zeugin, D., Notter, M. P., … & Murray, M. M. (2020). 3-Dimensional magnetic resonance imaging of the freely moving human eye. Progress in Neurobiology, 194, 101885.
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  • Zeugin, D., & Ionta, S. (2021). Anatomo-functional origins of the cortical silent period: spotlight on the basal ganglia. Brain sciences, 11(6), 705.
  • Zeugin, D., Arfa, N., Notter, M., Murray, M. M., & Ionta, S. (2017). Implicit self-other discrimination affects the interplay between multisensory affordances of mental representations of faces. Behavioural brain research, 333, 282-285.



Department of Clinical Neuroscience, CHUV

Neuroscience Research Centre, CHUV

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