Angela Albi


Angela received her MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Trento where for her thesis she studied spatial and temporal coding of odorants in honeybee brains using in vivo calcium imaging analysis. During the course of her PhD, she wishes to examine decision making in noisy environments where cognition is an emergent property of the group. Thus, by combining her existing neuroscience training with the understanding of collective behaviour, she wishes to develop a more holistic understanding of cognition across scales of biological complexity.

Twitter: @albi_angela