© 2022 HealthNews - Latest tech news,
product reviews, and analyses.

If you purchase via links on our site, we may receive affiliate commissions.

Liucija Vaišvilaitė

Liucija Vaišvilaitė

Liucija Vaišvilaitė holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Derby and a master’s degree in cognitive science with a double specialization in psychology and neuroscience from Umeå University.

Currently, she is a PhD candidate at the University of Bergen, Department of Biological and Medical Psychology. She is a part of the ReState research group, which focuses on exogenous and endogenous factors that influence the variability of resting-state functional magnetic imaging. The primary focus of her research is circadian rhythmicity and its effects on resting-state effective connectivity.