Sarah Di Pietro finished her Master’s degree in psychology at the University of Bern. In her Master’s Thesis, she was involved in an EEG study investigating learning during slow wave sleep, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Katharina Henke. Sarah is currently a PhD candidate studying neurodevelopmental trajectories of visual and audiovisual language processing in reading with varying reading skills. More specifically, her research project focuses on the investigation of neural correlates of reading and reading development in children, using EEG and MRI. Additionally, Sarah is involved in the ChildBrainCircuits subproject of the URPP AdaBD, investigating the neural basis of multisensory learning and processing during child development.