2019 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium

Two of our fantastic undergraduate research assistants, Tobi Quadri and Courtney Keeler, presented their summer research projects today at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium. We’re proud of their hard work and thank them for everything they contribute to the lab!

Tobi Quadri: Cognitive variables of attention, working memory, and processing speed partially explain the relationship between the neurological predictor scale and adaptive functioning in brain tumor survivors

Courtney Keeler: MTHFR single nucleotide polymorphism is associated with working memory in pediatric medulloblastoma survivors

Congrats, Michelle!

One of our graduate students, Michelle Fox, was awarded this year’s Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award!  This award highlights excellence in research and is given to one graduate student from the GSU Psychology Department each year.  Michelle has numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals and has been an exceptionally productive member of our lab. Congrats, Michelle!