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.

OPEN POSITION: Full-time Research Assistant (details)

Upcoming Events and Presentations

David will present the CCN Colloquium at Duke University, March 7th, 2014

David will give his Young Investigator Award Lecture at the CNS meeting in Boston, MA, Monday April 7th, 5pm.

Theresa, Patti, Chris G, and Chris C will present posters at the CNS meeting:

  • "Stimulation of Frontal Polar Cortex Disrupts Hierarchical Control of Task Sequences" ~ Theresa Desrochers
  • "EEG Evidence of Sequential Dynamics During Hierarchical Cognitive Control" ~ Patti Shih
  • "The Magic Number 57 Plus or Minus 3%: Why is Multi-Voxel Pattern Classification Success So Low in the Lateral Prefrontal Cortex?" ~ Chris Gagne
  • "Modeling Output Gating During Selection From Working Memory: Behavior, Dopamine and Neurostimulation" ~ Chris Chatham

Former post-doc Erika Nyhus will present at the OHBM meeting in Hamburg, Germany, June 8-12th.