Jacqueline Zimmermann

PhD candidate, University of Toronto

Jacqueline Zimmermann picture approvedJacqueline Zimmermann is an auditory cognitive neuroscientist interested in assessing auditory memory and attention processing as a means to identify, test, and diagnose Dementia of Alzheimer’s type (AD). Her research is based at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital and University of Toronto, where she uses neuroelectric (EEG) and neuromagnetic (MEG) recordings to examine auditory memory-guided attention, a crucial process involved in everyday functioning. Jacqueline has a background in studying auditory cognition in cognitively impaired patients. Her previous work also includes collaboration with the University Claude Bernard, Lyon, France, where she researched how music listening improves brain functioning in patients with disorders of consciousness.

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