Congratulations to our lab members for their current accomplishments listed below!
Trisha Karsten and Laura Gramling were selected as undergraduate research mentors by the Association for Psychological Science.
Tobin Ehrlich was awarded a Palo Alto University Dissertation Grant Award.
Trisha Karsten was awarded a PGSP/PAU Campus Research Board (CRB) 2018 Dissertation Research Grant Award.
PAU Students Awarded Prestigious Placement at Michigan Training Course
Trisha Karsten and Laura Gramling in August 2018
Whitney Geller and Jerry Chen in August 2016
Trisha Karsten and Laura Gramling have been accepted into the University of Michigan’s fMRI training course, which will take place August 2018. The course is known to be among the most competitive in the country of its type and is a fully-funded NIH training course.
Now four of PAU’s students have been accepted into the University of Michigan’s fMRI training course. The course, which took place in August 2016, is known to be among the most competitive in the country of its type and is a fully-funded NIH training course.
Whitney Geller and Jerry Chen are two highly-deserving students who were the first PAU representatives to attend the course.
Having been an integral part of establishing PAU’s first fully-functional neuroimaging lab, Whitney and Jerry were able to clearly demonstrate their neuroimaging skills and they went on to learn from some of the best neuroimagers in the field. In fact, the program was led by one of the most-respected names in cognitive neuroimaging and psychopathology, Professor John Jonides.
Whitney and Jerry’s advisor here at PAU, and director of the Emotion, Cognition, and Neuropsychology Lab , Dr. Stacie Warren enthused, “I am extremely proud of them both. Acceptance to the fMRI training course at Michigan is a significant accomplishment for both students and a fantastic first for PAU. I wish them the best of luck and can’t wait to hear how it goes.”
For more information about Michigan’s fMRI training course, please click here.
Trisha Karsten’s Announcement
Trisha Karsten has been selected as Campus Representative for the Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus (APSSC) at Palo Alto University. Throughout the year she will be sending out emails, speaking at meetings or in classrooms, and posting flyers about upcoming events and opportunities to get involved with APS and APSSC.
Here is a list of opportunities you can look forward to hearing about in future announcements:
– Student Grant Competition
– Peer Reviewer opportunities
– Research Awards
– Call for abstracts
– And more!
She will spread news about the many opportunities APS and APSSC have to offer our students! In addition to the above upcoming opportunities, she is also happy to discuss and answer questions about the benefits of APS membership in general, so please feel free to reach out!