AICE member Amandine Lassalle will start working at at the CoPAN (Comparative Psychology and Affective Neuroscience) laboratory of Leiden University.
Amandine was previously a postdoc at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), Harvard Medical School (USA), and Cambridge University (UK) where she conducted research respectively with Hilde Geurts, Nouchine Hadjikhani, and Simon Baron-Cohen to understand the social behaviour of people with ASD. She completed her PhD in cognitive neurosciences at the University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2013 under the supervision of Roxane Itier.
Amandine will be working as a postdoc at the CoPAN (Comparative Psychology and Affective Neuroscience) laboratory of Leiden University (Netherlands), with Mariska Kret on the link between pupil mimicry and trust in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Social Anxiety. Congratuations, Amandine, and good luck!