University of Oxford
Nela Cicmil is a postdoctoral researcher in Neuroscience at the University of Oxford. Currently she runs scientific experiments to investigate the brain cell signals that contribute to our sense of visual perception, and the cognitive processes that shape our decisions. Nela's research interests cover a wide range of additional topics, including body image, mathematics, and computer science.
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