Why is memory so fickle?
Our lab uses brain dynamics to shed new light on this long-standing puzzle. Do slow fluctuations in neurochemical levels, for instance, shape how we learn and remember across the day and as we age? Do brain oscillations rhythmically shift us between acquiring new memories and recalling them? And, might these fluctuations in the brain and mind prepare us to better use our memories in our ever-changing surroundings.
Recent highlights from our lab:
Apr 11th, 2022 - Summer grants!
Two of our undergraduate students, Justine and Ruoqi, won summer grants! Congrats Justine and Ruoqi! View.
Apr. 2nd, 2022 - Congratulations Josh and Justine!
Our thesis students, Josh Koh and Justine Vorvis, will be attending graduate school at the University of Toronto this coming September! View.
Mar. 22nd, 2022 - Congratulations Lexi!
Lexi Decker was awarded an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship for her postdoc at MIT! View.
Mar. 22nd, 2022 - Congratulations Thomas!
Thomas was awarded a Graduate Student Award from CNS! View.
Dec. 1st, 2021 - Is basal forebrain DBS a viable treatment for cognitive impairments in Parkinson's Disease?
Check out our new paper, “Single-Trajectory Multiple-Target Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinsonian Mobility and Cognition” in Movement Disorders. View.
Nov. 22nd, 2021 - Congratulations Dr. Decker!
Lexi Decker successfully defended her dissertation and is heading off to Boston to start her postdoc at MIT! View.
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