Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology I - Intervention Psychology

    Masson, Eva MSc

    Phone +49 931 31-84487
    Fax +49 931 31-82424
    Room 306
    Office hours according to agreement

    CV - Academic Education

    2021 - now Research assistant and doctoral student within the framework of the Research Training Group 2660, Approach - Avoidance at the Department of Psychology, Intervention Psychology Group, Prof. Dr. Andrea Kübler
    2016 - 2018 University of Bordeaux, EuroMediterranean Master in Neuroscience and Biotechnology (EMN online) ;
    Semester 2 : Developmental biology and aging ; Neuropharmacology.
    Laboratory practical course at INCIA
    Semester 3 : Integrative Neuroscience
    Semester 4 : Laboratory internship at CCNB
    2015 - 2016 University of Bordeaux, bachelor's degree in biochemistry
    Options: Physics and Chemistry, Structural Biochemistry (L2).
    Cellular toxicology and functional neurobiology of sensory and motor systems (L3).
    2012 - 2014 University of Bordeaux, PACES (First year medical student).

    Research Experience

    2021 University Claude Bernard, Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, Lyon - Five-month laboratory internship in the NeuroPain laboratory - Supervisor Prof. Luis Garcia-Larrea.
    Granger causality as evidence for intracortical connectivity in pain pathways.
    Emergence of nociception
    2018 CCNB Berlin - Six-month laboratory internship at CCNB (Center for Cognitive Neuroscience in Berlin, Freie
    University of Berlin) - Supervisor Dr. Daniel Kaiser
    Asymmetries in brain alpha activity in a paradigm of attentional orientation
    2017 University of Bordeaux - Two-month laboratory internship at INCIA (Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et
    Intégratives d'Aquitaine, Université de Bordeaux) - Supervisor Prof. Daniel Cattaert
    Effect of the antidepressant fluoxetine on depression-like behavior induced by chronic stress in crayfish

    Research Interests

    • Neural correlates of approach-avoidance conflict and high-density EEG