We are a research group at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL.
We study the brain dynamics underlying memory and cognitive control across the human lifespan.
Research combines methods from cognitive psychology and human neuroscience, including invasive and noninvasive electrophysiology, electrical stimulation, eyetracking, and structural imaging. Outcomes of our research advance basic science and translate to better quality of life.
Interested in the neural mechanisms of cognitive development, biomarkers for early detection of atypical behavior, and/or pediatric intracranial EEG? The Northwestern University T32 Mental Health, Earlier Training (NU-MHE) program invites … Continue reading NIMH-funded postdoctoral T32 fellowship