Characterizing complex cognitive processing deficits in experimental models of traumatic brain injury, as well as viable treatment and rehabilitative strategies such as pharmacotherapies or environmental enrichment.
Studying visual object recognition and attention through human electrophysiology, eye tracking, and behavior.
Use of electrophysiology to develop and investigate novel cholinergic treatments for the cognitive deficits of schizophrenia.
Neural basis of eye movements
Identifying the Circuitry and Mechanisms Underlying Dopaminergic Plasticity of Medium Spiny Neurons in a 6-OHDA model of Parkinson’s Disease.
Computational and neural approaches to understanding altered learning and decision making in affective disorders.
Neural and psychophysiological correlates and predictors of emotional deficits in depression and youth at high risk for depression.
Study of the development of brain networks, both structural and functional, to understand how connectivity is related to behavior later on in life.
Interaction between electrical stimulation systems and neural dynamics to improve restoration of function in sensorimotor disorders