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Editorial board

Anil Seth, University of Sussex

Anil K Seth is Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience and Founding Co-Director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex. Research in his group integrates consciousness science with computational and cognitive neuroscience, ultimately to connect the basic science of consciousness with new approaches to clinical diagnosis and intervention. He has published more than 100 academic papers in a variety of fields, he was Conference Chair of the 16th Meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC16, 2012), and he holds degrees in Natural Sciences (MA, Cambridge, 1994), Knowledge-Based Systems (M.Sc., Sussex, 1996) and Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (D.Phil., Sussex, 2000). Anil contributes regularly to the New Scientist, The Guardian, and other print and broadcast media; he is Editor and Co-Author of ’30 Second Brain’ (Ivy Press, 2014). He is committed to public involvement in science and gives regular open lectures on consciousness and other topics.
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Deputy Editors
Jakob Hohwy, Monash University
Biyu Jade He, New York University

Biyu Jade He is an Investigator at the Neuroscience Institute, New York University Langone Medical Center in New York, U.S.  She studied biology at Tsinghua University, Beijing, and obtained her Ph.D. in neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis. She was an Early Independent Investigator at the National Institutes of Health before joining NYU. Her laboratory investigates three main research topics: 1) large-scale brain dynamics underlying conscious vs. unconscious processing; 2) interaction between spontaneous and evoked brain activity and nonlinear brain dynamics; 3) functional and generative mechanisms of scale-free brain activity
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Jakob Hohwy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. He studied in Aarhus, Denmark, obtained his masters from St. Andrews, Scotland, and did his PhD at the Australian National University. Jakob has established the Cognition & Philosophy Lab at Monash University, which conducts empirical experiments and theoretical explorations in consciousness science. His approach is highly interdisciplinary, and he collaborates with neuroscientists, psychologists, and psychiatrists on topics such as the neural correlates of consciousness, bistable perception, multisensory integration in autism, and bodily self-awareness. Jakob is the author of The Predictive Mind (OUP, 2013), which seeks to unify many aspects of consciousness under the notion of prediction error minimization. 
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Associate Editors

Tristan Bekinschtein, University of Cambridge
Area of Expertise: Non-classic approaches to study the physiology and cognition of consciousness
Randolph Blake, Vanderbilt University
Area of Expertise: Human visual perception, including binocular vision, motion perception and perceptual organisation

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Colin Blakemore, University of London
Area of Expertise: Vision and the development of the brain

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Melanie Boly, University of Wisconsin
Area of Expertise: Auditory and noxious stimuli, cerebral processing in minimally conscious and vegetative state patients

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   Marisa Carrasco, New York University
Area of Expertise: 
Human visual perception and attention, visual cognition; using psychophysics and functional neuroimaging approaches
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David Chalmers, New York University
Area of Expertise: Philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, metaphysics and epistemology

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Floris de Lange, Donders Institute, Radboud University
Area of Expertise: Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Perceptual Decision-Making, Visual Neuroscience

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Stanislas Dehaene, INSERM-CEA and College de France
Area of Expertise: H
igh-level human cognitive functions using experimental psychology, neuropsychology and functional neuroimaging approaches
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Steve Fleming, New York University
Area of Expertise: P
sychological, neural and computational basis of self-awareness and metacognition
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Simon van Gaal, University of Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: R
ole of consciousness in cognitive control and decision-making
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Thomas Reid Henry, University of Minnesota
Area of Expertise: Epilepsy, neurophysiology and neuroengineering

Ryota Kanai, University of Sussex
Area of Expertise: Perception

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Sid Kouider, Ecole Normale Superieure
Area of Expertise: Neurobiological and psychological foundations of consciousness
Bigna Leggenhager, Neuroscience Center Zurich
Area of Expertise: M
ultisensory and neural mechanisms underlying sense of a bodily self
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Rafal Malach, Weizmann Institute
Area of Expertise: N
euronal activity and sensory perception in the human brain
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Marcello Massimini, University of Milan
Area of Expertise: M
ethods to approximate theoretical measures of consciousness
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Lucia Melloni, New York University
Area of Expertise: How subjective experience is instantiated in the brain

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Thomas Metzinger, Johanes Gutenberg University
Area of Expertise: 
Analytical philosophy of mind
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Elisabeth Pacherie, Institut Jean Nicoud
Area of Expertise:
Philosophy of mind and action
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Murray Shanahan, Imperial College London
Area of Expertise: 
Cognitive architecture, natural and artificial
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Narayanan Srinivasan, University of Allahabad
Area of Expertise: 
Attention and Awareness, Emotions, Meditation, Self and Consciousness, Statistical Processing, Time Perception, Language Processing, Creativity
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Catherine Tallon-Baudry, Ecole Normale Superieure
Area of Expertise: 
Vision, memory segmentation, attention
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Naotsugo Tsuchiya, Monash University
Area of Expertise: 
Consciousness, Neuroscience, Attention, Decoding, Electrophysiological recordings
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Frederique de Vignemont, Ecole Normale Superieure
Area of Expertise: 
Self, agency, body, empathy, mindreading, mirror neuron, touch
Ursula Voss, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Area of Expertise: 
States of consciousness, Sleep and dreaming, Sleep and neurodegeneration, Coping and stress
Melanie WilkeUniversität Gottingen
Area of Expertise: Combination of neurophysiological methods with functional MRI

Social Media Editor

Heather Iriye, University of Sussex
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