Science Digest - Dr. Arielle Keller: "Attention and Mental Health: A Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective"
Join us for July's Science Digest seminar on "Attention and Mental Health: A Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective", by Dr. Arielle Keller, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
The seminar is open to everyone interested in the fields of Neuroscience, Psychology, Psychiatry, Development, and Cognition, and those who would like to know more about research at the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Keller's career.
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Thursday, July 7 at 9:00 am JST
Room C210 or Zoom (Meeting ID: 968 9590 8451 Passcode: 220706)
Arielle Keller is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, USA. Her current research investigates how experiences in childhood shape neurocognitive development, with a particular focus on personalized neuroscience methods. Previously, she completed her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in neuroscience at Brandeis University, where she researched electroencephalographic correlates of focused attention. As a graduate student in the Williams PanLab at Stanford University, she was funded by the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate fellowship and investigated neural correlates of attention impairments in depression and anxiety using fMRI and EEG. She also conducted research as a Stanford Mind, Brain Computation and Technology trainee, developing computational models for understanding attention and mental effort.