Dimitri Voisin

Ph.D. Student


I am a psychologist currently working as a Ph.D. student at the UR2NF and LCFC research groups under the supervision of Prof. Charline Urbain and Prof. Philippe Peigneux. I graduated from the University of Burgundy (Dijon, France) where I was enrolled in a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology of Development, Learning, and Ageing. During this time, I primarily worked with Prof. Arnaud Witt (Laboratory for Research on Learning and Development, CNRS) on implicit learning processes in children and adults. I shifted my focus to neuroscience when I joined the UR2NF for an internship with Prof. Philippe Peigneux. Now, my work is centered on better understanding how procedural learning and its time- and sleep-dependent memory consolidation develop at the behavioral and neurophysiological level. I am particularly interested in functional connectivity using Magnetoencephalography (MEG).