Graduate Students

  1. John Borghi
    Fifth-year PhD student

    I am interested in investigating the behavioral and neural correlates of working memory processes such as selection and interference resolution. I am currently conducting research examining the neural correlates of WM selection and updating in the context of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD).

  2. Anna Huang
    Third-year PhD student

    I am a third year graduate student in BioPsych. I am interested in the neural correlates of working memory, studied through fMRI techniques. Before coming to Stony Brook, I did a MPhil at the University of Hong Kong in neurolinguistics and my BSc at the University of York in psychology.

  3. Pete Manza
    Second-Year PhD Student

    I'm a 2nd year PhD student in the biopsych program. I came to SBU after obtaining my B.A. from the University of Rochester. I'm currently studying the neural correlates of spatial working memory in human subjects. Our experiments measure event-related potentials (ERPs) as well as neural oscillations with EEG. I plan to continue my graduate work by studying the neural processes associated with self-control and addiction. I hope to better understand how cognitive processes such as working memory are linked to self-control. I also hope to study how the neural circuitry underlying these cognitive functions is altered during self-control failure and during addictions.

  4. Thang Le
    Second-Year PhD Student

Former Graduate Students

  1. Vera Hau

    Post-doc at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  2. Weidong Cai, Ph.D.

    Post-doc at Stanford University

  3. Hwamee Oh, Ph.D.

    Post-doc at UC Berkeley in Jagust Lab

  4. Yuji Yi, Ph.D.

    Post-doc at Friedman lab at New York State Psychiatric Institute

Other Alumni