Anny Maza is a PhD student in Technologies for Health and Well-Being at Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain. She completed her BSc in Biomedical Engineering in 2017 and earned the related MSc at the same institution in the following year. She is specialized in biosignal acquisition, preprocessing and analysis. Her interest in the study of brain damage populations started during my master’s thesis work, which she conducted in the Neurorrehabilitation and Brain Research Group, where she is now pursuing her PhD studies. As predoctoral student, her research is focused on the study of the relationship between brain physiological signals and the level of consciousness in patients diagnosed with disorders of consciousness while doing motor and emotion-related tasks using non-invasive techniques such as EEG and fNIRS. She is also interested in the application of machine techniques to untangle brain mechanisms while using different neuroimaging modalities. In her free time, she enjoys reading, swimming and watching fantasy and superheroes films.