Semmelweis University Dep. of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Number of meta-analyses: 1
Number of registries: 1
I am a cognitive psychologist working on my PhD in the field of clinical neuroscience, while also working as a clinical research assistant at the Semmelweis University Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. My main research interests are potential biomarkers of schizophrenia and the psychosis spectrum, neuroimaging, and computational psychiatry. The first project I chose is a meta-analysis on the assessment of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electromyography (EMG) protocols in schizophrenia. TMS-EMG provides insight into the motor cortical excitatory and inhibitory imbalance, a potential pathophysiological marker of schizophrenia. As a second project, I plan to further investigate neurophysiological markers of schizophrenia with fMRI or EEG.