Cecilia Steinwurzel

PhD Student in Neuroscience

CECILIA STEINWURZEL

Current research and interests

  • Binocular rivalry and bistable vision
  • Plasticity of human visual system
  • Gut and Brain axis
  • fMRI and EEG techniques

Education

  • 2018-present: PhD course in Neuroscience – Dottorato Toscano di Neuroscienze, University of Florence, Italy
  • 2017-2018: Research Assistant at Department of Translational Research on New Technologies in Medicine and Surgery, under the project ECSPLAIN, University of Pisa, Italy
  • 2009-2015: Degree in Medicine and Surgery, 110/110 cum laude, University of Milan, Italy

Research laboratories

  • CNR Institute of Neuroscience, Pisa
  • Department of Translational Research on New Techonologies in Medicine and Surgery, under the project PUPILTRAITs, University of Pisa, Italy
  • Department of Neurofarba, University of Florence, Italy

Abstracts

  • 2019
    Steinwurzel Cecilia, Animali Silvia, Guido Marco Cicchini, Morrone Maria Concetta Binda Paola
    Inter-individual variability of short-term ocular dominance plasticity in human adults

    CNR Retreat

    02-04/10/2019 Pisa

    poster

  • 2019
    Steinwurzel Cecilia, Animali Silvia, Guido Marco Cicchini, Morrone Maria Concetta Binda Paola
    Inter-individual variability of short-term ocular dominance plasticity in human adults

    2nd BraYn (Brainstorming Research Assembly for Young Neuroscientists)

    14-16/11/2019 Milano

    poster

  • 2019
    Steinwurzel Cecilia*, Animali Silvia*, M.Concetta Morrone, Paola Binda
    Inter-individual variability of short-term ocular dominance plasticity in human adults

    CVRS 17th biennial meeting of the Child Vision Research Society

    15-17/06/2019 Pisa

    poster

  • 2019
    Steinwurzel Cecilia, Animali Silvia, Guido Marco Cicchini, Morrone Maria Concetta, Binda Paola
    Inter-individual variability of short-term ocular dominance plasticity in human adults

    ECVP, 42nd edition of the European Conference on Visual Perception

    25-29/08/2019 Leuven, Belgium

    poster

  • Perceptual dynamics predict plasticity, NextGenVis Workshop, Pisa, Italia, February 24-28, 2019

  • Behavioral indices of plasticity and inhibition change with metabolism, Sensory Plasticity, Adaptation and Development (SPADe) Workshop, 2018 , Pisa, Italia.

  • Adult cortical plasticity peaks after every meal, ECVP, 41nd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP)”, 2018, Trieste, Italia.

  • 2019
    Pome, Cicchini, Burr, Binda
    Perceptual expectancy is revealed by pupillometry and correlates with autistic traits

    VSS, Vision science society conference, 19th annual meeting

    17-22/05/2019 St.Pete Beach, Florida

    poster

  • 2019
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    AFNI Bootcamp - IMT School for Advanced Studies

    03-07/06/2019 Lucca

    attendance

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