Assistant Professor in the Depts. of Psychology and Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences. His research investigates the neural mechanisms of human memory and cognitive control using a variety of approaches, including functional and structural neuroimaging, brain stimulation, and immersive virtual reality learning tasks.
- Decoding the retrieval of real-world event memories from brain activity patterns;
- Characterizing prefrontal contributions to analogical reasoning and episodic memory retrieval;
- Neural correlates of effective retrieval of memories formed in a virtual world;
- High-resolution imaging of hippocampal subfield contributions to associative retrieval;
- Predicting individual differences in cognitive abilities from structural connectivity patterns; - Multi-level assays of working memory and psychopathology;
- Age differences in value-induced modulation of memory encoding