Contribution of subcortico-frontal interactions to complex real-life decision-making


  • Miriam Klein-Flugge

    University of Oxford

Project summary

Miriam will use her Fellowship to study the brain mechanisms guiding the computation of complex decisions, with a particular focus on the role of the amygdala and its interactions with prefrontal regions. Miriam's work is conducted in Professor Matthew Rushworth’s laboratory at the University of Oxford, and in collaboration with Professor Hauke Heekeren at Freie Universität Berlin. Miriam is interested in working with healthy human populations as well as patients with abnormal decision making.