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Corinna Zennig

  • MA
  • Associate Research Specialist
  • University of Wisconsin Madison University Health Services
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Professional experience

Associate Research Specialist

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

September 2011 - Present

Internship in Giulio Tononi's Center for Sleep & Consciousness

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

January 2011 - August 2011(7 months)

Internship in Eus van Someren's sleep and cognition group

Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

January 2010 - December 2010(a year)


Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück

October 2007 - July 2008(9 months)


Charite Berlin, Sleep Medicine

March 2007 - April 2007(a month)


Master of Brain and Cognitive Science, summa cum laude

CSCA, University of Amsterdam

September 2009 - August 2011(2 years)

Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude

Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück

October 2006 - September 2009(3 years)

semester abroad

Yokohama National University

October 2008 - March 2009(5 months)

Abitur, summa cum laude

Hermann-von-Helmholtz Gymnasium

August 1999 - June 2006(7 years)


I did my Bachelor in Cognitive Sciences, taking classes in Mathematics, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Neuroinformatics, Linguistics, Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Psychology, and Neurobiology. My main focus has always been on the latter two research fields. In my bachelor thesis "Cross-Cultural Differences in Visual Attention and Emotion Recognition" I investigated cultural differences in facial emotion recognition, my mentor being Prof. Peter König. This study was a cooperation with Prof. Katsunori Okajima Yokohama National University, where I did a semester abroad. I did my master studies at the University of Amsterdam in "Brain and Cognitive Sciences". My first research project investigated the effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation on motor as well as cognitive symptoms of Parkinson's disease at Eus van Someren's lab at the Netherlands Institute for Neurosciences. My master thesis investigated the effects of longterm meditation on spontaneous brain activity during sleep at Dr. Giulio Tononi's lab in Madison, Wisconsin. My expertise is the study of sleep deprivation, dreams, and meditation using high-density electroencephalography. I currently work as an Associate Research Specialist in Dr. Tononi's Center for Sleep and Consciousness at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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