Dr. Dushanova’s research interests are in motor neurophysiology, pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease and in the development of approaches for diagnostics. Her works span human and non-human primate research, computational modeling and simulations. She received her MS degree from Sofia University, Bulgaria, Predoctoral fellow by Prof. Pfurtscheller at Department of Medical Informatics, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Medical Informatics and Neuroinformatics, Technical University Graz, Austria, PhD from Institute of Neurobiology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and studied neurophysiology under Prof. J.P. Donoghue in the Neuroscience Department of Brown University, RI USA. Assoc. Prof. J. Dushanova’s research is in the field of movement disorders and she has been involved in electroencephalography research and practice since 1994.