I received BSc in Physics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana in 2006. Thereafter, I served as a Medical Physics trainee for a year and as a high school Physics tutor for 3 years. In 2013, I obtained MSc in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on electronic implants form the University of Bern. Subsequently, I worked as postgraduate researcher at Roche Diagnostics in Mannheim, Germany. I completed a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from KU Leuven in Belgium with a thesis focused on the neural basis for observed and executed actions in the human and non-human primate’s brain. Currently, I am postdoctoral fellow at the University of Geneva. My research focuses on better understanding the structure and functioning of working memory in humans, leveraging on machine learning and neuroimaging techniques.
Laboratoire Mémoire de travail, Cognition et Développement
Université de Genève
Faculté de psychologie et Sciences de l'éducation
40 Boulevard Pont d'Arve