Anne wins Biomag 2018 Young Investigator Award

[28 Aug 2018]

Anne has been one of three Early Career Researchers rewarded with a BIOMAG Young Investigator Award at the 2018 International Conference on Biomagnetism, held in Philadelphia, USA. Nominated as one of 10 finalists she won the award for a presentation of her recent work into the neural foundations of speech comprehension [1].


The award ceremony took place at the conference gala in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, not only known for its collection of contemporary art, but also for its iconic set of stairs famously featured in the “Rocky” movies.

[1] Keitel A, Gross J, Kayser C (2018) Perceptually relevant speech tracking in auditory and motor regions reflects distinct linguistic features. PLoS Biology ~pdf

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