The CNILab studies the neural bases of cognition. We aim to understand how the brain encodes and processes information in both the healthy individuals and in those with neurological disorders. Our primary research tool is MRI. We employ functional MRI, diffusion imaging, morphometric analyses of structural images, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy. We love science and we love collaborating with other labs. The graduate students in the lab are from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, the Program in Neuroscience, the Media School, Speech and Hearing Sciences, and Anatomy. We also have collaborators in Kineseology, Second Language Studies and Linguistics.
Sharlene D. Newman - PI