Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging
H. Dean and Susan Regis Gibson Research Award
This fund was given by H. Dean and Susan Regis Gibson to help one or two outstanding graduate or undergraduate students with particular attention but not limited to female students to conduct brain imaging research in the Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging. The application cycle for 2016 has been completed. Please check back for updates on the next award cycle.
Congratulations, winners of the H. Dean and Susan Regis Gibson Research Award!
- Giwon Bahg, Implementation of Adaptive Design Optimization for fMRI experiments. Advisor - Brandon Turner
- Jiageng Chen, Dynamically tracking feature and conjunction representations in human visual cortex. Advisor - Julie Golomb
- Eunbin (Stephanie) Kim, Neural decoding of naturalistic social interactions and subjective affective experience. Advisor - Dylan Wagner
- Madeline Doran, Neurobiology of Reading Comprehension in Bilingual Young Adults. Advisor - Stephen Petrill
- Yoolim Hong, Attentional disengagement suppresses visual long-term memory. Advisor - Andrew Leber
- Xiaoli Zhang, How does spatial attention update across eye movements in human parietal cortex? Advisor - Julie Golomb
- Daniel Berman, Topographic maps of depth in human visual cortex. Advisor - Julie Golomb
- Rachael Gwinn, Willful manipulation of neural value signals and the associated changes in preference. Advisor - Ian Krajbich
- Margaret Mehling, Impact of Shakespearian Social Skills Intervention on Behavioral and Neuropsychological Indicators of Social Functioning in Children with Autism. Advisor - Marc Tassé
- Stephanie Fountain - Zaragoza, Ohio Meditation Study. Advisor - Ruchika Prakash
- Vishnu Sreekumar, The neural representation of reinstated context: An fMRI study of recognition memory. Advisor - Per Sederberg
- Aimee Zisner, Neural Correlates of Emotion Recognition and Reward Processing in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Depression. Advisor - Ted Beauchaine
- Angeline De Leon, Mindfulness Disposition and Cognitive Control in Older Adults. Advisor - Ruchika Prakash
- Nora Fritz, Examining the Effects of Dance Dance Revolution on Mobility, Brain Plasticity and Cognition in Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. Advisor - Deborah Larsen
- Sarah Lukowski, Neurobiological Markers of Scientific Thinking. Advisor - Stephen Petrill
- Tabitha Kirkland, Adivsor - Wil Cunningham
- Chelsea Voskuilen, Advisor - Roger Ratcliff
CCBBI Student Neuroimaging Research Award
This fund is given by donors to the CCBBI to help deserving students conduct brain imaging research in the Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging.
Congratulations, winners of the CCBBI Student Neuroimaging Award!
- Arkady Konovalov, Neural Models of Pattern Learning. Advisor - Ian Krajbich
- Victoria Schenker, Change in neural activity associated with response to a reading intervention. Advisor - Stephen Petrill
MRI Users Meeting
Monthly MRI Users Meetings foster the exchange of experience and expertise in neuroimaging among MRI users at OSU, as well as with external speakers. The main focus is technical aspects of MRI research as well as experiment design and procedures at the CCBBI. The meetings offer a space for a lively exchange of ideas that benefit all users, to make the best possible use of technologies available in the CCBBI.
Users Meetings are held on the second Friday of every month at 1:00pm in Psychology Building 35. To receive meeting details and related MRI announcements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and specify that you would like to be added to the CCBBI list serve.
MRI Users Workshops
MRI Users Workshops are monthly informal gatherings for users who are interested in getting to know each other and talking science. The workshop is open to all, and students and postdocs are particularly encouraged to attend.
Workshops take place on the fourth Friday of each month at 1:00pm, location TBD. To receive meeting details and related MRI announcements, please email email@example.com and specify that you would like to be added to the CCBBI list serve.
Concussion Neuroimaging Consortium
The CCBBI is partnering with The Ohio State Department of Athletics and other participating universities to develop neuroimaging-evidence based protocols for adolescent, high school and collegiate athletes and soldiers. To learn more, please visit: www.concussionimaging.org