morgane aubineau
short-term fellow
Postdoctoral researcher and former lecturer in neuroscience and psychology, avid learner and brain passionate. Experienced in the field of neurodevelopmental conditions, from autism to giftedness, in a transdisciplinary approach. I spent the two last years reorienting my methodological approach to investigate brain development, from qualitative research to brain imaging. My objective for the next years is to start up my own research project to examine the neural architecture of individuals with exceptional cognitive abilities (typical or with neurodevelopmental conditions) and its relationship with curiosity.
morgane's Bio
  • 2020-2021: Short-term fellowship at the CRI. Project: Impact evaluation of tools designed to support learning for autistic students
  • 2019-2020: French-English translation and adaptation to the French of the online course "Understanding autism" (Open University, UK)
  • 2018: Postgraduate medical degree “Morphology & imaging of the central nervous system” (UPMC, Paris). Project: "“Structural and functional neuromarkers of high general cognitive ability (g)”
  • 2017: PhD Neurodevelopmental Psychopathology
  • Before that: Master's degree in Neuroscience, Bachelor's degree in Biomedical sciences

Beyond neuroscience, I'm also very curious and enthusiast about open science and knowledge, cognitive enhancement, memory training and challenges, Pi, computing science, the GNU project and free software movement, epistemology, escape games everywhere, the Big Bang Theory, historical european martial arts, and more!

Characterization and evaluation of brain fatigue on the autism spectrum: a participatory research.
This research project aims at elaborating a questionnaire to characterise and evaluate brain fatigue in autistic student.
Comprendre les mécanismes de notre mémoire pour mieux apprendre
L'objectif est de permettre aux élèves de découvrir le fonctionnement de la mémoire, à l'aide de notions fondamentales en neurosciences et d'expériences testées par eux-mêmes, afin de leur permettre de développer des stratégies pour faciliter / structurer leurs apprentissages, comprendre l'intérêt de la répétition, et leur donner confiance en leurs capacités à apprendre et à agir sur leur propre cerveau.