The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory is a joint research venture between the University of
Michigan's Department of Psychology and the University Medical Center. Our investigations
focus on the functional neuroimaging of human memory via positron emission tomography
(PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Current projects investigate the
nature of spatial and verbal working memory, as well as the effects of aging on these
Current Studies Graduate Programs fMRI Lab Human Brain Neuroscience Links
Faculty John Jonides, Ph.D., Edward E. Smith, Ph.D, Patricia Reuter-Lorenz, Ph.D., Robert A. Koeppe, Ph.D., Douglas C. Noll, Ph.D.
Graduate Students Chuck Behensky, Anat Geva, Nathalie James, Christy Marshuetz, Tor Wager, Leon Gmeindl
Research Assistants David Badre, Ulrike Biangardi, Erica Brown, Rick Bryck,
Joe DeGutis, Roseanne Magat, Jillian O'Neill, Dawn Polen
Affiliates Andrea Bozoki, M.D., Joe Mikels
Ph.D. Recipients Edward Awh, Ph.D., Erik Lauber, Ph.D., Andrea Patalano, Ph.D., Eric Schumacher, Ph.D.