Jared Medina (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins)
CV | Google Scholar Post-Doctoral Researcher
Daniele is a post-doc researcher in neurosciences. His main work is focused on visuo-tactile multisensory integration, to understand how the brain represents and perceives the body.
Yuqi is a fifth year grad student using the mirror box illusion to study multisensory integration. She is currently completing her dissertation on tactile localization.
Will is a first year grad student interested in studying embodiment using multiple methodologies such as psychometrics, the mirror-box illusion, and neuroimaging.
Lexi graduated from the University of Delaware in the spring of 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience. She plans to pursue a graduate degree in clinical neuropsychology and work with individuals that have had strokes and traumatic brain injuries
Anna is currently working on her senior thesis studying representation of paralyzed limbs in stroke patients. Ultimately, she wants to pursue a Ph.D. in neuroscience to synthesize her passion for neuroscience with her care for social justice. She is interested in the neural substrates of prejudice and how this information can be used toward bettering society for traditionally marginalized groups.
Cathy is a senior psychology major with minors in statistics, statistical data analytics, and cognitive science. Her thesis project involves understanding the neural mechanisms of visuotactile integration using fMRI and computational modeling. She aspires to continue doing research upon graduation, and attend graduate school to pursue a career in quantitative psychology.
Julia is a senior neuroscience major with minors in biology and global studies. She is particularly interested in the neural correlates of pain, specifically chronic pain, and hopes to investigate this more in the future. She hopes to continue her love of research after graduation and return to school for a Master’s degree.
Patrick is a Filipino-American finishing a neuroscience and psychology double major. He is interested in cognitive neuroscience as well as sociocultural studies within neuroscience and psychology. He also likes to play guitar in his free time.
Cassidy is a junior double-majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience, as well as minoring in Cognitive Science. In the future, she hopes to go on to graduate school and pursue a future career in either Psychology or Neuroscience.
Erin is a computer science and psychology major with a concentration in cognitive science, who is interested in discovering the links between technology and neuropsychology. She would like to continue learning more about neuroimaging analysis in future projects.
Kylie is a biology and neuroscience double major with an interest in the medical side of the nervous system. She wants to learn more about different brain circuits that control everyday life and may be affected by various diseases that cause brain damage. She would like to attend dental school after graduation.
Lexi is a freshman psychology and cognitive science major who hopes to get her Ph.D. Her psychology major led her to the lab, where she hopes to learn more about conducting research and cognitive embodiment.
Katie is a freshman psychology major who is interested in the studies of both cognitive embodiment and the effects of aphasia. She is excited to do research and hopes to attend graduate school after earning her undergraduate degree here at the University of Delaware.
Alise is a freshman majoring in nursing and minoring in psychology. Alise joined the cognitive neuropsychology lab to learn more about EEG.
Ricky is a freshman psychology major who is interested in the study of sensation and perception. After four years at the university of Delaware, he hopes to attend graduate school in the subject of psychology.
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Sam Cason – Research Assistant, Cognitive Neurology lab – University of Pennsylvania
Michael Grzenda – Graduate student in Materials Science & Engineering – Rutgers University
Carrie DePasquale – Graduate student in Psychology – University of Minnesota
Megan Ziegler – Physical Therapy residency – Johns Hopkins University
Kaylee Viets – Graduate student in Communication Sciences and Disorders – Columbia University
Stephanie Rodgers – Scientist – QPS Holdings
Abigail Osborne – Mental Health Worker at New York-Presbyterian Hospital