In this website, you will primarily find some information about my research activities.
  • I am currently a Post-doctoral Researcher, based at the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision-Making (CREED), at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), in the Netherlands.
  • There, I am affiliated to the Amsterdam Brain & Cognition (ABC) interdisciplinary initiative, and the Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE).
  • I also am a  Guest Researcher at the Erasmus University Rotterdam Institute for Biology and Economic Behavior (EURIBEB), at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam (EUR).

Since my B.Sc in 2007, I have been interested in understanding the fundation of human and animal behavior.
My main focus has been the investigation of the computational and biological (neural, genetic) basis of economic phenotypes (choices, preferences, socio-economic status) - a recent disciplinary field called Neuroeconomics.


I try to combine at best my rudimental knowledge in (cognitive) neurosciences, (behavioral) economics, and (reinforcement) learning to provide new hints about our (often irrational) behavior, by associating (behavioral) experiments, (computational) models and (functional) neuroimaging.