Lab News

Congrats to Gina Kuperberg, Kirsten Weber, Nate Delaney-Busch, Candida Ustine, Ben Stillerman, Matti Hamalainen, and Ellen Lau!

November 2, 2018
Gina Kuperberg, Kirsten Weber, Nate Delaney-Busch, Candida Ustine, Ben Stillerman, Matti Hamalainen, and Ellen Lau have had their paper, "Multimodal neuroimaging evidence for looser lexico-semantic connections in schizophrenia," accepted for publication in Neuropsychologia. Read more about Congrats to Gina Kuperberg, Kirsten Weber, Nate Delaney-Busch, Candida Ustine, Ben Stillerman, Matti Hamalainen, and Ellen Lau!

Goodbye and good luck to Lotte Schoot!

September 1, 2018
Goodbye and good luck to Lotte Schoot, who joined our lab as a post-doc in 2016. Lotte worked on many projects in the lab, including one project focusing on social, communicative language use in patients with schizophrenia. Thank you to Lotte for all her hard work and help with the fMRI aspects of our multimodal NonCon study. Lotte is now living in the Netherlands and is excited to start the next chapter of her life!

Welcome Samer Nour Eddine!

August 28, 2018

Welcome to Samer Nour Eddine, who is joining our lab as a new graduate student! Samer comes to us from the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. In the NeuroCognition Lab, Samer plans to research language processing and psychotic disorders.

Workshop on Real-World Language: Future Directions in the Science of Communication and the Communication of Science

August 3, 2018
Gina gave a talk at a workshop on "Real-World Language: Future Directions in the Science of Communication and the Communication of Science" in honor of Mike Tanenhaus, who was awarded the Rumelhart Prize at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Wisconsin, 2018 ("MTanFest"). Gina's talk was entitled "Researching in our Bubbles: Challenges of Communicating within and beyond the Language Sciences." Thank you to Jim Magnuson, Craig Chambers,... Read more about Workshop on Real-World Language: Future Directions in the Science of Communication and the Communication of Science

Goodbye (for now) and good luck to Lena Warnke!

July 24, 2018
Goodbye and good luck to Lena Warnke, who, after working as a research assistant in our lab since August 2016, is joining the Cognitive Science and Psychology PhD program at Tufts University in the fall. During her time in the lab, she ran MEG and EEG participants for various projects in the lab, designed and ran her own EEG study, and mentored several undergraduate RAs throughout the past 2 years. Thank you to Lena for helping to keep the lab running smoothly every day. We look forward to welcoming Lena back in the fall as a PhD student!

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