Awards and Funding


  • K99/R00 NIH NIDCD Pathway to Independence Award. Postdoctoral fellowship for the project “Neural processing of communication sounds: acoustic features and semantic content”. (awarded 06/2021).

  • Human Frontiers Science Program. Postdoctoral HFSP fellowship for the project “Active and passive listening channels for auditory scene analysis”. (3 years). (awarded 03/2018).

  • Pew Latin American Fellows postdoctoral fellowship offer. (2 years, declined in order to be able to accept Human Frontiers Fellowship). (awarded 03/2018).

  • Johns Hopkins University Dean’s Science Teaching Postdoctoral Fellowship, to conduct research and teach a full course (designed by the applicant) during the fall semester of 2018 (1 semester). (awarded 01/2018).

  • Doctoral Fellowship CONICET Argentina fellowship. (5 years). (04/2012 - 03/2017).

  • University of Buenos Aires incentive fellowship for Msc. equivalent thesis research. (1.5 years). (07/2010 - 12/2011).

Awards & Grants

  • Young Investigator Award from the International Society of Neuroethology. (07/2020)

  • Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award (TPDA) (09/2019)

  • Konishi Award from International Society of Neuroethology, to develop research project. (05/2019)

  • IBRO International Travel Grants Award, to participate in the Society for Neuroscience 46th annual meeting 2016. (05/2016)

  • Developing Neuroethology Award from International Society of Neuroethology to attend the International Neuroethology Conference 2016. (03/2016)

  • IBRO “USCRC's North American Lab Activity” Award for a 3 weeks internship at Dr. Cynthia Moss’ Lab and attendance to the Society for Neuroscience 45th annual meeting 2015. (09/2015 - 10/2015)

  • Award from MBL and IBRO to attend the Marine Biological Laboratory Neural Systems and Behavior Course. (06/2014 - 07/2014)

  • Award from International Society of Neurochemistry to participate in the course 2nd Latin American School of Advanced Neurochemistry: “The Synapse in Health and Disease” and attend the International Society for Neurochemistry Special Conference 2012. (September 2-14 2012)