2024

Devyn and Isabelle present at CEMS

Devyn and Isabelle present at CEMS
2024

Dr. Devyn Smith graduates!

Dr. Devyn Smith graduates!
2024

Isabelle presents at CVCSN

Isabelle presents at CVCSN
2024

Dr. Devyn Smith successfully defends her dissertation!

Dr. Devyn Smith successfully defends her dissertation!

Devyn Smith successfully defended her PhD Dissertation, “Investigating the Neural Mechanisms of Memory Retrieval.” Congrats Dr. Smith!

2024

Lola presents at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Lola presents at the Undergraduate Research Symposium
2023

Isabelle, Justin, and Devyn present at SFN

Isabelle, Justin, and Devyn present at SFN
2023

Isabelle is awarded an NIH F31

Isabelle Moore was awarded an F31 from the National Institutes of Aging at the NIH for the project, “The contribution of semantic bias to false memory in healthy aging.” Congratulations Isabelle!

2023

Nicole is awarded an NIH R01

Nicole is awarded an NIH R01

Nicole was awarded an R01 from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes at the NIH for the proposal, “Multivariate Decoding of the Retrieval Brain State Across Cognition”

2023

Justin presents at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Justin presents at the Undergraduate Research Symposium
2023

The lab goes bowling!

The lab goes bowling!
2022

Devyn and Isabelle present at CEMS

Devyn and Isabelle present at CEMS
2022

Isabelle and William at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Isabelle and William at the Undergraduate Research Symposium
2022

Justin receives Harrison Award

Justin Wheelock was awarded a Harrison Undergraduate Research Award for the project, “Identifying the impact of sustained brain states on memory judgments.” Congratulations Justin!

2021

Yuju and Isabelle present at CEMS

Yuju and Isabelle present at CEMS
2021

Justin awarded Summer Research Fellowship

Justin Wheelock was awarded a Summer Research Fellowship (2021) sponsored by the UVA Brain Institute for the project, “Assessing the neurophysiological correlates of forgetting during a recognition task.” Congratulations Justin!

2021

Isabelle and William awarded Double Hoo

Isabelle Moore and William Meyer were awarded a Double Hoo for the project, “Semantic and episodic contributions to false memory formation.” Congratulations Isabelle and William!