Sabine is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist interested in everything related to adolescent development, neuroscience and education. She obtained her PhD in 2016 (cum laude). During her PhD research she studied the development of learning, executive functions and school performance. Moreover, she focused on the influence of brain connectivity on risk-taking and alcohol use in adolescence. Currently, she is working as an assistant professor in Educational Neuroscience and is senior research on various projects, including on self-concept development and smartphone use.