Arianna Zuanazzi

neuroscientist, science communicator, symbiosis director

New York, US

language music brain neuroimaging senses diversity accessibility academia

I am a Neuroscience researcher. I investigate how the human brain creates meaning through language and music, and through audition and vision. For my research, I use neuroimaging techniques such as Magnetoencephalography or functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 

I am also passionate about science outreach and SciArt, and I am interested in facilitating connections between scientists and artists. I am the current director of the Imagine Science Symbiosis Initiative and a Resident Scholar at the SAi Resident Collective, where I explore formats, goals, advantages, and barriers in the partnership between scientists and artists.

I collaborate with artists to create science-inspired and science-informed art: I Invite You, The Hidden Story. Get in touch if you would like to chat about: language, music, the senses (audition, vision), attention, expectation, brain processes, neuroimagingSTEM research, SciArt, diversity, accessibility.



I invite you