Iris Menu, PhD
Iris' research aims at articulating different data modalities (cerebral, genetic, behavioral and environmental) using statistical tools derived from applied mathematics (network analysis, structural equation modeling, machine learning) to better characterize cognitive development and learning. She is particularly interested in the early factors that may play a role in neurocognitive development. In her postdoctoral work, she is focusing on the effect of fetal inflammation and prematurity on both cognitive and cerebral development.
Paris Cite University
Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience
Paris Descartes University
M.Sc. in Developmental Psychology