Research Scientist, Department of Psychology, University Oldenburg
Cornelia (Conny) Kranczioch holds a Diploma degree in Psychology and a PhD in Psychology. She has held positions as clinical neuropsychologist, research scientist and senior lecturer in Germany and in the UK. Since 2009 she is a research scientist at the University of Oldenburg, Germany, where she heads a junior research group with a focus on neural correlates of intra – and interindividual differences in visual-temporal attention. In addition, she is interested in topics at the interface of neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, and neurorehabilitation and in how up-to-date developments in recording brain activity with mobile devices can support and advance neurorehabilitation.