dynamic brain lab

memory
cognitive control
brain networks
electrophysiology
development

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 brain imaging.

Outcomes of our research advance basic science and translate to better quality of life.

news

postdoc in memory development and pediatric epilepsy

We are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to lead an ambitious basic and translational research program in memory development and pediatric epilepsy. Please see the job posting here.

Sam awarded training grant!

Congratulations to our lab manager & research assistant Sam Gray, who was awarded a training grant from the NIH BRAIN Initiative!

Welcome Ryan Lu!

Welcome to MD/PhD student Ryan Lu! During his entirely-too-short rotation in the lab, Ryan will unearth hippocampal signatures of memory from direct brain recordings in pediatric neurosurgical patients. He holds … Continue reading Welcome Ryan Lu!

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