Anderson Mora received his BSc in psychology from the Catholic University in Bogota, Colombia. And then for three years he was working in clinical neuropsychology with different organizations in the same city. In 2008 he started his MSc at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in artificial intelligence with emphasis in cognitive science. In his master thesis he worked in decoding imaginary limb movements for a Brain-Compurte interface (BCI). In 2010 he returned to Colombia where he was teaching at different universities for 1.5 years before staring his doctorate program. In 2012 he got enrolled in the Biomedical Science Doctoral School of the KU Leuven at the Department of Computational Neuroscience where he started his doctoral training working in Natural language models for BCI. And in 2014 he continued his PhD at the Amsterdam Universiteit in the Brain & Cognition department. His PhD thesis evaluated the implementation of a visual technique (SSVEP) to study the psychophysiology of spatial and temporal attention.
Anderson joined the EUC in 2018 few months after obtaining his PhD. Given his previous teaching experience, particularly his knowledge with the PBL system, and his passion for teaching and academia the EUC has becoming a wonderful and challenging experience at personal and intelectual level.
J. Toro-Gomez, P. Pitta-Vargas, A. Mora Cortes -, L. Blanco-Davila & M.J. Borja-Angulo (2007). Cognitive Impairment Assessment Generated by Multiple Sclerosis. Neurology conference: Colombia. doi: 10.22379/