Director of Lab
Araceli is a Cognitive Neuroscientist, MSc from Kings College London. Araceli also holds a MA in English from Kings College London. At KCL, Araceli studied the attentional differences between people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and normative individuals. The study was part of the EU-AIMS, which is the largest single grant for autism in the world, and the largest for the study of any mental health disorder in Europe.
Araceli has worked as a science communicator, specifically in cognitive neuroscience for the last three years. Her science communication is both in the form of lectures/classes as well as neuroscientific reports. Her clients have included Stir PR, NHS, Lloyds Banking Group, AECOM, Seen Displays, and Bupa. She also has a regular writer for the Huffington Post
Araceli is also founder of THECUBE in London and INPUT LOFTSin New York City, both co-working spaces were founded to be and remain self-sustaining. It is also from this that she began to learn how people interact with physical space, with other people and to new heuristics.