Welcome to the Badre Lab!
The Badre Lab studies the neural systems supporting the cognitive control of memory and action. The lab employs cognitive neuroscience methods including behavioral testing, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), computational modeling, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and testing of patient populations.
Upcoming Events and Presentations
Are you a Brown undergraduate interested in research, but unsure of how to get involved? Join us at the CLPS research fair on Monday, December 7 from 3-5pm in the area underneath the Metcalf auditorium. This is a great chance to talk to CLPS lab members about their research and learn about the opportunities that may be available to you. We'll see you there!
David Badre's upcoming talks:
November 6, 2015 - Speaking at the School of Psychology at Georgia Tech. More information here.
January 2016 - Lecturer at the NSGP Neuropracticum in Woods Hole, MA
February 2016 - Speaking at the George Washington Institute for Neuroscience/ Children’s National-Center for Neuroscience Research. George Washington University, Washington, DC.
February 2016 - Seminar in the FMRI Speaker Series. Yale Magnetic Resonance Research Center. Yale University.
May 2016 - Rounds in Neuropsychology. Butler Hospital. Providence, RI.