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Maria Raquel Maio

B.Sc., M.Sc. (Hons)

DPhil Student

Why do people forget? What are the neural mechanisms underlying working memory?  How are these processes disrupted in neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease?

I am particularly interested in understanding the retrieval mechanisms underlying working memory in order to identify a cognitive biomarker with pharmacological and psychological manipulations. I am currently working on the development of new neuropsychological tools to understand how retrieval affects memory quality.

Before joining the Cognitive Neurology Group, I completed an undergraduate and master’s degree in Biomedical and Biophysical Engineering at the University of Lisbon.  

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