New King Lab Publication!

Congratulations to Eric Semmel on his new publication in Neuroimage: Reports entitled “Graph analysis of resting state functional brain networks and associations with cognitive outcomes in survivors of pediatric brain tumor.” This is an exciting send-off for Eric as he begins his postdoctoral fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. Way to go Eric! Check out the article here!

Congrats to our new graduates!

We have many students to celebrate this graduation season! Rella Kautiainen and Eric Semmel had their Ph.D. hooding ceremony this week. Additionally, Naveen Thourani and Cypress Kuhnel both graduated with distinction for their outstanding research they have been working on in the lab.

Congratulations to all these amazing students! We look forward to seeing you continue your great work.

New King Lab Publication!

Congratulations to Olivia Haller on her new publication in The Clinical Neuropsychologist entitled “Concordance of informant and self-reported ratings on the Frontal Systems Behavior Scale in adult survivors of pediatric brain tumor”. This study examined informant and self-report report ratings of executive function in pediatric brain tumor survivors. Check it out here!

New Article About DNP-ATL Grant

An article from the Georgia State News Hub details the recent five-year, $3.06 million grant from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. King was awarded this grant with collaborators from Emory University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The grant aims to develop to identify environmental resources, clinical risk factors, and genetic factors that relate to cognitive impairments in pediatric brain tumor survivors. Read more here.

New King Lab Publication!

Eric Semmel, M.A., and Sabrina Na, Ph.D. have a new publication titled “Inhibition explains the relationship between the efficiency of brain networks and adaptive outcomes in pediatric brain tumor survivors” in Neuropsychology. You can read the article here. Congrats Eric and Sabrina!