Teerawat MONNOR has backgrounds in physics and neuroscience. He completed his studies in physics from Thailand with a focus on computational physics. He then developed his research skills in computational neuroscience at McGill University. After obtaining his master’s degree in neuroscience, he spent a couple of years working in a sleep research center at Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montreal.
In 2018, he got a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship to pursue his doctoral research at the MMEF. His work involves validation and development of the Projective Consciousness Model to reveal the psychological mechanism and emotion dynamics underlying approach-avoidance behavior.