I am a systems neuroscientist and electrophysiologist studying the brain’s neuronal network dynamics. I am an incoming group leader at the Neuroscience department at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. My research is focused on spatial memory and the involved mechanisms like theta oscillations in behaving rats, and the development of related tools. This is funded by a Lundbeck Fellowship.

I did my postdoc in the lab of György Buzsáki at NYU Neuroscience Institute. I received funding for my postdoc from the Danish Council for Independent Research and the Lundbeck Foundation.

During my Ph.D. I studied the network architecture behind motor pattern generation, using combined high-density silicon probes together with intracellular- and electroneurogram recordings from the turtle spinal cord. I graduated from University of Copenhagen in 2015 from the lab of Rune Berg.

[google scholar] [pubmed] [linkedin] [researchgate] [github] [twitter]


New paper published in Nature: Movement is governed by rotational neural dynamics in spinal motor networks

Although the generation of movements is a fundamental function of the nervous system, the underlying neural principles remain unclear. As flexor and extensor muscle activities alternate during rhythmic movements [...]

Go to Top