Department of Neurology, University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Three students from the laboratory have recently completed their research projects and have been awarded degrees from their respective programs. Congratulations to the following students!!
Psychology Masters Program
Thesis: Electrophysiological indices of cognitive functioning and brain-behavior relationships in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Vickie will continue working in the lab in the near future to work on several publications. In the upcoming year, she will be looking to gain experience in neuropsychology labs and she will be applying to clinical PhD programs that also emphasize research.
Neuroscience Masters Program
Thesis: An event-related brain potential study of encoding and retrieval during spatial working memory in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Yina will continue working on publishing the work from her thesis with the laboratory. She is continuing on to do her PhD work in the Neuroscience program as well, in the laboratory of Dr. Ji Li at the University at Buffalo.
Psychology Undergraduate Honors ProgramThesis: An event-related brain potential (ERP) study of the effects of perceptual task difficulty
Rowena’s honors thesis won highest honors from the Psychology Department, and she also received the Feldmen-Cohen Award for having the best Psychology Honors Thesis. In the fall Rowena will begin her graduate work in the Cognitive Neuroscience program at University College, London.