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A brief description of our speaker:
José Luis Pardo Vázquez holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Santiago de Compostela, where he also completed his master's degree in Experimental Psychology and his doctoral thesis. In 2008 he obtained the Extraordinary Doctorate Award from the Medical School. Since 2020 he is part of the NEUROcom group, first he obtained a JIN grant and recently has formalized a Ramón y Cajal contract for the next 5 years.
His main objective is to understand how the brain works when making decisions and which variables, such as nutritional status or gender, affect this decision-making. To this end, he studies and manipulates neural activity in rodents.
José has 36 publications, and a Q1 index close to 50%. He is currently supervising 2 doctoral theses.
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