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  • Computer science graduate student Mark Hollenbeck joins the lab

    We are very happy to welcome Mark Hollenbeck to the lab while he pursues a M.S. in the Department of Computer Science at UT. Mark completed a B.S. in Computer Engineering at Northeastern University in 2009. Upon graduation, he remained in Boston and worked in Bradford Clark Dickerson’s lab studying memory, language, attention, and affective cortica...

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  • Dr. Lewis-Peacock joins Memory Disorders Research Society

    On May 16, Dr. Lewis-Peacock was invited to become a member of MDRS: Memory Disorders Research Society, a group of internationally renown researchers focused on the study of memory in its various incarnations. As a postdoc back in 2012, Jarrod was invited to attend and speak at the annual meeting of MDRS held in Davis, CA. That meeting immediately beca...

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  • Psychology graduate student Linnéa Marks joins the lab

    Linnéa Marks will be joining the lab this Fall 2014 and entering the Ph.D. program in Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology here at UT Austin. She is coming to us from Grand Valley State University in Michigan, where she is currently completing her degree in Psychology, with minors in Applied Statistics and Philosophy. In the lab, Linné...

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  • Psychology graduate student Hyojeong Kim joins the lab

    Hyojeong Kim will be joining the lab this Fall 2014 and entering the Ph.D. program in Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology here at UT Austin. She is coming to us from Yonsei University in South Korea, where she recently finished her M.A. in Psychology. In the lab, Hyo Jeong’s research will explore how the brain accomplishes complex ...

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  • Postdoc Tracy Wang joins the lab

    We are excited to welcome Dr. Tracy Wang, from Dr. Mick Rugg’s lab at UT Dallas, as a postdoctoral researcher in the lab.  She will be arriving this summer (2014) and will be studying the interactions between the encoding and retrieval of episodic memories and how this interaction changes across the lifespan. Welcome Tracy!

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