Jessica L. Hazelton completed her Bachelor’s degree with honours at the University of Wollongong, Australia in 2015. She worked for several years as a research assistant at FRONTIER, the younger onset dementia clinic in Sydney, Australia. In 2019, she was awarded a prestigious scholarship from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to support her PhD at FRONTIER, at the University of Sydney under the supervision of Prof Fiona Kumfor and Prof Olivier Piguet. Jessica’s PhD work investigated social cognitive abilities in frontotemporal dementia and healthy ageing, with a focus on brain-body interactions. She has a strong research background in social cognition, structural neuroimaging, and psychophysiology techniques. Jessica has published her work in high impact journals (e.g., Brain, Cortex, Neuropsychologia, among others). She has also been awarded competitive travel and equipment grants, and her research work has been recognised with conference presentation awards for invited platform presentations and posters. Jessica joined BrainLat in 2023 as a post-doctoral researcher under the supervision of Dr Agustín Ibañez, where she will focus on functional neuroimaging techniques during interoception and social cognition in neurodegenerative diseases.