I am a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge, Stanford University and the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive & Brain Sciences. Prior to that, I have completed my PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience/Neurotechnology at Imperial College London.
For my Fellowship, I want to understand how frontoparietal brain networks give rise to our powerful cognitive abilities. I will approach this question in two stages: First, by using automated meta-analytic and text mining techniques, I will integrate information from thousands of existing experiments. This knowledge will then be refined using real-time functional neuroimaging combined with machine learning (neuroadaptive Bayesian optimisation) at 3T and 7T. This work will be conducted together with John Duncan, Nikolaus Weiskopf and Russ Poldrack.
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- Lorenz R, Johal M, Dick F, Hampshire A, Leech R, Geranmayeh F (2021). A Bayesian optimisation approach for rapidly mapping residual network function in stroke. Brain, awab109
- Lorenz R, Simmons L, Monti RP, Arthur J, Limal S, Leech R, Violante IR. (2019). Efficiently searching through large tACS parameter spaces using closed-loop Bayesian optimization. Brain Stimulation, 12(6): 1484-1489.
- Lorenz R, Violante IR, Monti RP, Montana G, Hampshire A, Leech R (2018). Dissociating frontoparietal networks using neuroadaptive Bayesian optimization, Nature Communications, 9(1): 1227
- Lorenz R, Hampshire A, Leech R (2017). Neuroadaptive Bayesian optimization and hypothesis testing, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 21(3): 155-167