Our research is focused on understanding how episodic memories are represented and maintained by cortico-hippocampal systems, and how these memories can be shaped by modulatory factors such as emotional arousal. This work depends on a combination of cognitive neuroscience methods, including fMRI (multivariate pattern analysis, functional connectivity, high-resolution imaging, etc.) and EEG (time-frequency analysis).
If you’re interested in any of these topics, get in touch! All of our positions are currently filled, but there may be openings in the future.
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