Marion Brickwedde currently works in the neuronal oscillations group of Ole Jensen. Her research interest lies in the application of brain-computer interfaces to enhance basic knowledge about the functional role of neuronal oscillations. At the moment she is developing an MEG- and OPM- based brain computer interface tracking selective attention in real-time.
Before she joined the neuronal oscillations group, she worked at the Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab with Ali Mazaheri, researching cross-modal attention and memory using EEG.
Marion Brickwedde obtained her PhD at the Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany under supervision of Hubert Dinse, with whom she researched how modulation of neuronal oscillations via neurofeedback alters perceptual learning.