Who is Mariano Sigman? Everything You Need To Know On Neuroscientist


Mariano Sigman is not present on Wikipedia. However, the Latin American neuroscientist is active on Twitter with more than 15.1k followers.

Mariano Sigman is one of the leading neuroscientists in the world. Sigman has conducted many experiments and research with different sectors of human cultures such as athletes, magicians, musicians, visual artists, and chess masters to understand the neuroscience of human beings. His research is in practice in the fields of medicine, education, and art.

Mariano Sigman Wife And Family Details

Mariano Sigman’s wife is Claire Landmann.

Mariano and Claire share two children Noah and Milo. Any further details about Mariano Sigman’s family are still private. 

Sigman was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and his nationality is Argentinian. Mariano was raised in Barcelona, Spain, and he has lived in Paris and New York. 

What is Mariano Sigman’s Net Worth?

Mariano Sigman’s net worth details are still private. 

Sigman’s libros or books are The Secret Life of the Mind: How Our Brain Thinks, Feels and Decides, and The Life and Adventure of Santa Claus. Mariano has more than 150 publications.

Talking about his education, Sigman graduated with a master’s degree in physics from the University of Buenos Aires. Mariano moved to New York for his Ph.D. in neuroscience. Sigman rarely talks about the details of his salary and earnings to the media. 

Quick Facts:

Name Mariano Sigman
Birthday October 21, 1972
Age 48 years
Gender Male
Nationality Argentinian
Profession Neuroscientist
Married/Single Married
Wife Claire Landmann
Children Noah, Milo
Education University of Buenos Aires
Twitter @mariuchu

Some Fun Facts About Mariano Sigman

  1. Mariano Sigman’s age is 48 years, as he was born on October 21, 1972.
  2. One can read about Mariano Sigman and his biografia on many Wiki-bio pages. 
  3. According to IMBES, Mariano founded an interdisciplinary group, Integrative Neuroscience Laboratory, in 2006, at the University of Buenos Aires. 
  4. Mariano Sigman moved to Paris to research decision-making, consciousness, and cognitive architecture. 
  5. Sigman won several awards and recognization for his work, including the Human Frontiers Career Development Award, IBM Scalable Data Analytics Award, and Young Investigator Prize of “College de France,” reports Ted.
  6. Mariano was awarded the position of the Laureate of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in 2016.