Stephanie Ortigue, Ph.D., is assistant professor, department of psychology, and director, laboratory of brain electrodynamics and action, intention, and relationships at Syracuse University (New York) and the University of Geneva (Switzerland). Dr. Ortigue’s work focuses on social neuroscience, implicit cognition, neurology, and the consciousness of the interacting brain in social settings. Her research aims to develop predictive models of automatic cognitive information processing of body language in social settings to improve performance and optimize therapeutic interventions in patients with acute and chronic social disorders. She received the Association for Psychological Science Rising Star nomination (2011), the Tom Slick Award from the Mind Science Foundation (2010), the University Maurice Chalumeau Award (2007), and the Annual ESSM award for best oral presentation (2007). Ortigue serves on the editorial board of NeuroImage and is the past editor-in-chief of Psyche. She also serves on various committees for the Society for Social Neuroscience, the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, and the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness.