Ines Wilhelm is a post-doctoral researcher at the Psychiatric University Hospital Zurich, and at the Department of Experimental Psychopathology and Psychotherapy of the University of Zurich, Switzerland. After studying psychology at the University of Trier, she did her PhD in the lab of Prof. Jan Born at the University of Lübeck. Her work during the last 10 years has been dedicated to the question how sleep and memory are interrelated across development by combining different methods (i.e. behavioural measures, event-related potentials, functional MRI, high-density EEG, eye-tracking). Recently, she started to extend her research program by studying the role of sleep in memory in mental disorders with the long-term goal to improve our understanding of healthy and pathological development.