Flora Moujaes

Flora Moujaes

PhD Candidate

Phone: +41 (0)44 384 24 18

flora.moujaes@bli.uzh.ch

Curriculum vitae

Flora Moujaes received her masters in Developmental Neuroscience and Psychopathology from University College London (England), where she conducted a combined fMRI-eye-tracking study exploring whether the neuroeconomic concepts of loss aversion and the endowment effect could be used to better understand how incentives modulate spatial working memory. She then worked as a Postgraduate Fellow at the Anticevic Lab at Yale University (US), where she examined the neurobiological effects of ketamine on healthy controls as well as the ketamine model of Schizophrenia. Flora is currently working in collaboration with Yale on a number of projects examining the neurobiological and cognitive effects of ketamine and psilocybin.