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Caio Margarido Moreira


Birthplace: Brazil

I am Biologist (University of Sao Paulo), Master in Experimental Psychology (University of Sao Paulo), specialist in Scientific Outreach (University of Campinas) and PhD in Behavior and Cognition (University of Göttingen, Germany). I work as Director of Science, Technology and Innovation at Sensorial, of which I am a co-founder. I am responsible for applying the neuroscientific knowledge of Sensorial?s researchers to coordinate the development of technological and scalable solutions that promote the health and cognitive performance of people of all ages. The most exciting task at Sensorial is bringing neuroscientific knowledge into the software development environment (mobile apps and VR) and hardware (touch screens and PODs) to create innovative solutions that are fun and based on the most important and recent scientific studies. I have experience in neurosciences, cognition and physiology. Specifically, I work or have worked with: cognitive performance tests, cognitive training (from the prevention of cognitive decline to high performance sports), metacognition, decision making in humans and non-human primates, functional imaging, transcranial magnetic stimulation, neuropsychopharmacology of the fear and anxiety and physiology of stress and reproduction. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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