PhD Cecilia Forcato received her Diploma in Biological Sciences from Buenos Aires University. She finished her PhD in Biology also at Buenos Aires University, investigating how consolidated memories can be destabilized and modified in humans by reactivating the original trace during wakefulness. She completed her Postdoctoral studies at Tübingen University, Germany, specializing in the reactivation and modification of memories during sleep. She is currently Associate Researcher at CONICET and her team studies how memories are formed and modified during sleep and wakefulness in young and elderly people, patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s disease and Temporary Epilepsy.


Link to her scholar profile in CONICET (only in Spanish).