• Remy discusses “The Science of Lucid Dreaming”

    The St. Louis Science Center hosts monthly science/movie nights. Graduate student Remy Mallett was invited to give a talk on “The Science of Lucid Dreaming” in the Center’s Omnimax theater before a viewing of Inception. In his talk, Remy discussed past and current lucid dreaming research (including some of his undergraduate work), and the cogn...

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  • Dr. Tracy Wang attends Cajal Brain Prize Course in Bordeaux, France

    Dr. Wang attended the Cajal Brain Prize Course – the Hippocampus: from Circuits to Cognition part of the CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme over October 10th through the 31st. The course consisted of lectures and group projects at the beautiful Bordeaux Neurocampus in Bordeaux, France. There, group projects included investigating prefront...

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  • Psychology graduate student Remington Mallet joins the lab

    We are very happy to announce that Remy Mallet will be joining the Lewis-Peacock lab in the Fall of 2016. He will continue his studies in the Ph.D. program in Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology here at UT Austin. Remy will be beginning work in the lab studying neural representations of working memory. Welcome Remy!

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