Our laboratory’s students have interests in cognitive-neuroanatomical changes that occur with dementia, post-operative cognitive decline, and movement disorders.
Students are expected to develop expertise with neuropsychological constructs/ theory, as well as structural neuroimaging tools. This allows them to participate and full-fill obligations to the laboratory which includes: 1.) investigating cognitive-neuroanatomical dissociations, and 2.) how certain behavioral patterns or neuroanatomical abnormalities may predict cognitive decline or risk to certain interventions (e.g., surgery).