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Caterina Magri

cmagri1[at]jhu.edu

How does the brain represent complex visual information about the world? To answer this question, my work combines fMRI and behavioral approaches to deep-neural networks and computational modeling.

I'm a visual cognitive neuroscientist doing a postdoc in the Cognitive Science Department at Johns Hopkins University, working with Mick Bonner.

I have PhD in Psychology from Harvard University where I worked with Talia Konkle and Alfonso Caramazza. Before that, I obtained a bachelor in Psychology and a MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Trento, Italy

When I'm not at my desk, you can find me cooking, climbing or taking pictures.