Brief Biographical Sketch
Ignacio is a postdoctoral researcher working on the relationship between the brain, the stomach and behavior. Ignacio graduated in Psychology (2013) at Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay. He then completed a MsC (2013-2015) and a PhD (2015-2019) in Cognitive Neuroscience at École Normale Supérieure de Paris, France. His PhD work focused on understanding the influence of the electrical activity of the stomach in the functional organization of the resting brain using functional magnetic resonance imaging in healthy humans. His current research focus on the influence of metabolic, hormonal and visceral hunger signals on brain activity and behavior.
Wolpert, N., Rebollo, I., Tallon‐Baudry, C.: Electrogastrography for psychophysiological research: Practical considerations, analysis pipeline, and normative data in a large sample. Psychophys. 57 (9):e13599 (2020). [Open Access]
Azzalini, D., Rebollo, I., Tallon-Baudry, C.: Visceral signals shape brain dynamics and cognition. Trends Cog. Sci. 23(6), 488-509 (2019). [Open Access]
Rebollo, I., Devauchelle, A. D., Béranger, B., Tallon-Baudry, C.: Stomach-brain synchrony reveals a novel, delayed-connectivity resting-state network in humans. eLife 7:e33321 (2018). [Open Access]
Campana, F., Rebollo, I., Urai, A., Wyart, V., Tallon-Baudry, C.: Conscious vision proceeds from global to local content in goal-directed tasks and spontaneous vision. J. Neurosci. 36(19), 5200-5213 (2016).
González-Perilli, F., Rebollo, I., Maiche, A., Arévalo, A.: Blues in two different spanish-speaking populations. Front. Commun. 2:18 (2017). [Open Access]