Bianca Trovò is a PhD candidate (Computational Brain Team) in Brain, Behaviour, Cognition at Sorbonne University, Paris, Faculty of Science and Engineering, where she is completing her thesis «Tackling the role of spontaneous brain activity in the self-initiation of voluntary movements: an MEEG study » under the direction of prof. Aaron Schurger (now at The Brain Institute, Chapman University), within the European Project ACTINIT – ERC Starting Grant 2014 | Programme H2020-EU.1.1.
    She holds a two-years Master’s degree (MSc) in Cognitive Science from the University of Trento and a Diploma in Cognitive Science from the International School of Advanced Studies of Trieste (SISSA). Previously, she received a three-years Bachelor’s degree (BA) with a major in philosophy (minor disciplines: neuroscience, anthropology, financial mathematics) from the University of Turin.

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