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Leonardo Muller

Research Assistant

Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research

Faculty:
Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
School:
Cambridge School of Creative Industries
Location:
Cambridge
Areas of Expertise:
Music therapy

Leonardo is a neuroscience and music researcher, as well as a composer.

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Background

Leonardo became a professional composer for video games and films after studying Music Production for Media at Ravensbourne, while pursuing a Neuroscience MSc at King's College London, where he analysed fMRI data of non-clinical individuals watching Forrest Gump.

He now works at the pioneering Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research as an Analyst and preparing EEG recordings, and as a Data Science Apprentice in the Psychoinformatics Lab of world-leading science institute Forshungzentrum Juelich in Germany.

Research interests
  • Music listening and brain entrainment
  • Music as medicine
  • Heart rate and health
Qualifications
  • MSc Neuroimaging in Neuroscience, King's College London
  • BA (Hons) Music for Media, Ravensbourne University