Dr. Inga Griskova-Bulanova received her Ph.D. in Biophysics from Vilnius University in 2011, where her research was devoted to the physiological modulation of auditory steady-state responses (ASSRs). She was a fellow at the Centre of Nervous Disease of Rostock University, at the Cognitive Research Unit of University Hospital of Copenhagen and at the Functional Brain Mapping Laboratory of University Hospital of Geneva.
Currently, she is a Chief researcher leading a Brain State Research group at Vilnius University Life Science Center. Employing electroencephalography (EEG), behavioral measures and subjective evaluation her group investigates the origin and the outcome of the observable brain states from the perspective of everyday functioning, enhancement of the efficiency in performance and from the diagnostical/clinical perspective. The research is being carried out in tight collaboration with scientists from the USA, New Zealand, Czech Republic, Poland, Chile, Japan, Switzerland.