ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAAAB
1
2
NameAffiliationPositionEmail addressResearch Topics/Key WordsWilling to Mentor?Availabilty for MentoringLab or Personal Website
3
WiCS Networking Hubs are intended for use by the research community to support and promote the careers of women in cognitive science. Individuals are encouraged to reach out to other members of the group for networking. Considerate use of the contact information is expected.
Notes
4
5
Julie BuggWashington University in St. LouisAssociate Professorjbugg@wustl.edu
conflict-control; contextual influences on control; proactive and reactive control; aging/Alzheimer's disease and control; controlling intentions
Yesanytimehttps://sites.wustl.edu/ccalab/
6
Jihyun Suh
Pohang University of Science and Technology (S.Korea)
Assistant Professorjuhn38@gmail.comconflict-control, adaptive learning of control, Working memory and control, Alzheimer's disease and control, yesanytime
Email bounced
7
Emily Cohen-ShikoraWashington University in St. LouisLecturer (teaching-track faculty)ecohensh@wustl.edu PC effects, context and control, cueing effects on control, timing, agingyesanytime
8
Kimberly ChiewUniversity of DenverAssistant Professorkimberly.chiew@du.eduemotion/motivation and cognitive control; contextual effects; timing; proactive/reactive control; memoryyesanytimewww.dumaclab.org
9
Miriam GadeMedical School BerlinProfessor (full)miriam.gade@medicalschool-berlin.decognitive control, inhibition, bilingualismyesanytime
10
Gesine DreisbachUniversity of RegensburgFull Professorgesine.dreisbach@ur.decognitive control, conflict, reward/motivation, affective modulation of controlyesanytime
11
Eva Van den BusscheKU Leuven (Belgium)Associate Professoreva.vandenbussche@kuleuven.becognitive control, metacognition, executive functions, reactive and proactive control, CC in development and clinical populations, EEGyesanytimehttp://copsresearchgroup.be/
12
Rongxiang TangWashington University in St. LouisGraduate Student->Postdoctoral Fellowrongxiang@wustl.edu
13
Alexandra WoolgarUniversity of Cambridge (UK)Group Leader (junior faculty)alexandra.woolgar@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, mindfulness, meditation, executive functions, agingyesfrom June 2021woolgarlab.org
14
Caterina GrattonNorthwestern UniversityAssistant Professorcaterina.gratton@northwestern.educognitive control, selective attention, large-scale networks, effects of brain damage and diseaseyesanytime (more post June 2021)
15
Friederike SchlagheckenUniversity of Warwick, Coventry, UKAssociate Professor - Readerf.schlaghecken@warwick.ac.uk
sensorimotor control, adaptation, automaticity of 'controlled' and control of 'automatic' processes, non-conscious perception and control
yesanytime (on zoom)
https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/psych/people/fsch/fsch/
16
Debbie YeeBrown UniversityPostdocdebbie_yee@brown.educognitive control, motivation, reward, effort, aging, fMRI, computational modelingyesanytimehttps://debyeeneuro.com/
17
Lauren GrantUniversity of Michigan Graduate Student->Postdoctoral Fellowldgran@umich.eduCognitive control, selective attention, multitasking
18
Deanna BarchWashington University in St. LouisProfessor (full)dbarch@wustl.eduCognitive control, development and mental healthyesanytimehttps://sites.wustl.edu/ccplab/
19
Audrey Siqi-LiuDuke UniversityGraduate Studentaudrey.liu@duke.eduCognitive control; task switching; contextual influences on controlYesfrom May 2021
20
Maria RuzUniversity of Granada, SpainFull Professormruz@ugr.esCognitive Control, Preparatory brain activity, Task-sets, Novel instructions, Cognitive Neuroscienceyesanytimehttp://www.ugr.es/~mruz/
21
Romy FrömerBrown UniversityPostdocromy_fromer@brown.eduCogn Control, Motivation, Metacognition, Learningyes
22
Anne CollinsUC BerkeleyAssistant Professorannecollins@berkeley.educognitive control, reinforcement learning, working memory, computational modelingyesanytime in limited amountsccn.berkeley.edu
23
Andrea KieselUniversity of Freiburg, GermanyFull ProfessorKiesel@psychologie.Uni-freiburg.deCognitive control, task switching, conflict, Interaction with motor controlYesFrom May 2021
24
Becky JacksonUniversity of Cambridge (UK)Postdoctoral Fellowrebecca.jackson@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, relation to language/semantics, computational modelling, fMRI, connectivityyesanytime
https://www.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/people/rebecca.jackson/
25
Heleen SlagterVrije Universiteit Amsterdam (NL)Full Professorh.a.slagter@vu.nlSelective attention, predictive brain, working memory, consciousness, meditation, EEGyesanytimewww.heleenslagter.com
26
Monica FabianiUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignFull professormfabiani@illinois.eduAging; working memory and cognitive conrtrol; cerebrovascular contribution to cognitive aging and dementiayessummer 2021
27
Jade JacksonUniversity of Cambridge (UK)Postdoctoral Research Fellowjade.jackson@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, selective attentionyesanytime
28
Blaire WeidlerTowson UniversityAssistant Professorbweidler@towson.educonflict-control; contextual influences on control; proactive and reactive controlyesanytime
29
Naomi FriedmanUniversity of Colorado BoulderAssociate Professornaomi.friedman@colorado.educognitive control/executive functioning, individual differences, genetics, relation to psychopathology and self-regulationyesanytime
30
Anastasia KiyonagaUniversity of California, San DiegoAssistant Professorakiyonaga@ucsd.eduworking memory, attention, dual-task, visual cognition, TMSyessummer 2021https://www.kiyonagalab.org/
31
Kate ArringtonLehigh UniversityFull professorkate.arrington@lehigh.eduCognitive control, task switching, task selection, Former NSF program officer happy to mentor on grant related issuesyesanytime
32
Alodie Rey-MermetSwiss Distance University InstitutePostdocalodie.rey-mermet@fernuni.ch
cognitive control, attentional control, executive functions, inhibition, individual differences, correlational vs. experimental approach, healthy aging
yesanytime
33
Merve Ileri-TayarWashington University in St. LouisGraduate Student (Fall 2021)mileritayar@gmail.comcognitive control, response tracking, proactive and reactive control, flexible behavioryesanytime
34
Roshan Cools
Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour; Radboud University Medical Center; Nijmegen; The Netherlands
Full professorroshan.cools@donders.ru.nlcognitive control, motivation, chemical neuromodulation, reinforcement learning and decision makingyesanytimewww.roshancools.com
35
Ceyda Sayali
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, CPCR
Postdoctoral fellowzceydas@gmail.comCognitive control, motivation, cognitive effort, fMRI, psychedelics YesAnytime
36
Lydia BarnesUniversity of Cambridge (UK)Graduate Studentlydia.barnes@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, attention, multi-step planning, vision, MEG, EEGyesany time
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lydia-Barnes-2
37
Lesley FellowsMcGill University, MontrealFull Professor & Vice Deanlesley.fellows@mcgill.cadecision-making, executive functions, neuroeconomics, lesion studies, neurocognitive impairmentyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://www.mcgill.ca/decisionlab/lesley
38
Juliet DavidowNortheastern University, Boston MA USAAssistant Professorj.davidow@northeastern.edu
Adolescence, learning, decision-making, executive function, cognitive control, inhibitory control, cognitive flexibility, reward, reinforcement learning, fMRI, utility models, computational modeling,
yestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://lbdlpsych.sites.northeastern.edu/
39
Katie InselColumbia UniversityPostdoccsi2101@columbia.eduDevelopment of cognitive control, motivation, learning, memory, fMRIyesanytime
40
Maria Augustinova Université de Rouen Normandie Professor (full)maria.augustinova@univ-rouen.frSelective attention, cognitive control yestry anytime; availability may varyhttp://www.mariaaugustinova.com/
41
Carina G. Giesen
Friedrich Schilller University Jena, Germany
Postdoccarina.giesen@uni-jena.deSelective attention, distractor inhibition, stimulus-response binding, contingency learning
42
Birte ForstmannUniversity of AmsterdamFull Professorbuforstmann@gmail.comdecision-making, executive functions, cognitive modeling, neuroimagingyesfrom June 2021http://birteforstmann.com
43
Christina Pfeuffer
the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Junior Professorchristina.pfeuffer@ku.deyestry anytime; availability may vary
https://www.psychologie.uni-freiburg.de/Members/pfeuffer
44
Catriona ScrivenerUniversity of Cambridge (UK)Postdoctoral Research Fellowcatriona.scrivener@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, attention, conscious awareness, TMS-fMRI, EEG-fMRIyesanytimehttp://catrionascrivener.co.uk
45
Kerstin FröberUniversity of RegensburgPostdockerstin.froeber@ur.deaction control, cognitive control, monitoring, attentionyesanytime
https://www.uni-regensburg.de/psychologie-paedagogik-sport/psychologie-dreisbach/staff/Kerstin-Froeber/index.html
46
Hannah Dames
University of Freiburg + University of Zurich
Graduate Studentdamesh@cs.uni-freiburg.decognitive control, attention, conscious awareness, TMS-fMRI, EEG-fMRI
47
Ashley ZhouUniversiry of CambridgeGraduate Studentaxz21@cam.ac.ukcognitive control, cognitive flexibility vs. stability, reward/motivation, affective modulation of controlyesanytime
48
Ines JentzschUniversity of St AndrewsReader (~Associate Professor)ij7@st-andrews.ac.ukmemory and cognitive control, intentional memory updating, directed forgetting, associative learningyesfrom May 2021
https://risweb.st-andrews.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/ines-jentzsch(4bbe95ac-1984-40d5-be11-7f91fc69feef).html
49
Savannah CooksonUniversity of California, BerkeleyPostdocscookson3@gmail.comcognitive control, consciousness, attention, working memory, computational modeling, awareness, problem solving, insightyestry anytime; availability may varysavannahcookson.com
50
Christina BejjaniDuke UniversityGraduate student (defense 03/29)christinabejjani@gmail.comattention and performance, cognitive control, psychology of musicyestry anytime; availability may varychristinabejjani.com
51
Yu-Chin ChiuPurdue UniversityAssistant Professoryuchinchiu@purdue.edu
cognitive control, task sets, working memory, networks, executive function, hierarchical control, hierarchy, overlapping networks, organizational scales
yestry anytime; availability may vary
52
Silvia BungeUniversity of California, BerkeleyProfessor (full)sbunge@berkeley.educognitive control, learning, motivation, pedagogy
53
Theresa DesrochersBrown UniversityAssistant Professortheresa_desrochers@brown.educognitive control, learning, motivation, reinforcement learning, decision makingyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://neuroscience.brown.edu/desrochers/
54
Yaara ErezUniversity of Cambridge (UK)
Senior Research Associate (between postdoc and junior faculty)
yaara.erez@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.ukcognitive control, executive function, attention, fMRI, ECOG, human & nonhuman primateyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://yaaraerez.org
55
Eliana Vassena
Radboud University and Donders Institute, Nijmegen, NL
Assistant Professore.vassena@donders.ru.nl
motivation, decision-making, cognitive control, effort, computational psychiatry, models of prefrontal cortex, stress-related disorders
yesfrom October 2021
56
Nomi CarlebachUniversity of Oxford (UK)Postdocnomi.carlebach@bdi.ox.ac.ukCognitive control, metacognition, decision-making, neurocognitive impairment, dementiayesanytime
57
Marit RuitenbergLeiden University (the Netherlands)Assistant Professorm.f.l.ruitenberg@fsw.leidenuniv.nlcognitive control, action control, aging, neuro(psycho)logical disorderyestry anytime; availability may vary
58
Özge BozkurtMiddle East Technical University (Turkey)Graduate Studentozge.bozkurt@metu.edu.trcognitive control, context-dependent control, proactive & reactive control
59
Hanneke den Ouden
Radboud University, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands
Associate Professorhanneke.denouden@donders.ru.nlreinforcement learning, decision making, cognitive control, psychopharmacology, computational modellingyestry anytime; availability may varywww.denoudenlab.org
60
Vanessa JurczykUniversity of Bremen, GermanyPostdocjurczyk@uni-bremen.deCognitive control, action control, computational modeling
https://www.uni-bremen.de/forschungsmethoden-und-kognitive-psychologie
61
Emmanouela FoinikianakiGhent University, BelgiumGraduate Studentemmanouela.foinikianaki@ugent.beCognitive control, reinforcement learning, sequential control, action control, decision-making, computational modellingyestry anytime; availability may vary
62
Sachiko KinoshitaMacquarie University, AustraliaAssociate professorsachiko.kinoshita@mq.edu.auvisual word recognition, Stroop, cognitive controlnot for the time being
63
Ruth KrebsGhent University, BelgiumFull professorruthmkrebs@gmail.commotivation, attention, cognitive control, memoryyesanytime
64
Rachel Rac-LubashevskyBrown UniversityPostdocrac.hunrachel@gmail.comCognitive control, working memory, action control, EEG, DDMyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://www.lnccbrown.com/members/
65
Caroline SurreyDresden University of TechnologyPostdoccaroline.surrey@tu-dresden.deCognitive control, CSPC effects, open science
66
Monja FroböseHeinrich-Heine University DüsseldorfPostdocm.i.froboese@gmail.comdecision-making, cognitive control, psychopharmacology, cognitive effort
67
Elise LesageGhent University, BelgiumPostdocelise.r.d.lesage@gmail.comdecision-making, habit learning, systems neuroscience
68
Alejandra Rodríguez-VelásquezUniversity of Freiburg, GermanyGraduate Student
alejandra.rodriguez@psychologie-uni-freiburg.de
cognitive control, temporal expectancy, multitasking
Email bounced
69
Elisa Di RosaUniversity of Padova, ItalyAssistant Professorelisa.dirosa@unipd.itmotivation, cognitive control, aging, clinical neuropsychology
70
Bettina Bustos University of IowaGraduate Studentbettinanicolebustos@gmail.comadaptive control, effort, computational modeling, memory
71
Flora BouchacourtPrinceton Neuroscience InstitutePostdocflora.bouchacourt@gmail.comComputational modeling, working memory, rule learning, neural networks, reinforcement learningyestry anytime; availability may varyflorabouchacourt.com
72
Jacqueline FulvioUniversity of Wisconsin - MadisonResearch Scientistjacqueline.fulvio@wisc.eduworking memory, visual perception (motion and completion), Bayesian/computational approaches, TMS, EEG, fMRI
https://postlab.psych.wisc.edu/people/west/jacqueline-fulvio1/
73
Chunyue TengUniversity of Wisconsin - MadisonPostdoccteng5@wisc.eduworking memory, visual attention, cognitive control, fMRI
https://postlab.psych.wisc.edu/people/central/chunyue-teng/
74
Eva FeredoesUniversity of ReadingAssistant Professore.a.feredoes@reading.ac.ukcognitive control, working memory, TMS, fMRIyestry anytime, availability may vary
75
Qing Yu
Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Principal Investigatorqingyu@ion.ac.cnworking memory, cognitive control, imagery, attention, fMRI, EEG, computational modelingyes
http://english.cebsit.cas.cn/lab/yuqing/research/
76
Charlotte EbenGhent University, BelgiumPhD studentcharlotte.eben@ugent.beaction control, cognitive control, impulsivity, open science
77
Caroline JahnPrinceton Neuroscience InstitutePostdoccaroline.isabelle.jahn@gmail.comdecision making, learning, exploration
78
Nicoleta PruteanGhent University, BelgiumGraduate Studentnicoleta.prutean@ugent.becognitive effort, cognitive control, attention, motivation, TMS
79
Jessica CohenUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillAssistant Professorjrcohen@unc.educognitive control, executive function, motivation, large-scale networks, brain development, effects of diseaseyesanytimehttps://cohenlab.web.unc.edu
80
Nanne KukkonenGhent University, BelgiumGraduate Studentnanne.kukkonen@ugent.becognitive effort, cognitive control, motivation, fMRI, EEG
81
Ying CaiZhejiang University, China
Assistant Research Fellow (junior faculty)
yingcai@zju.edu.cnworking memory, cognitive control, fMRI, EEG, tESyestry anytime, availability may varyhttps://person.zju.edu.cn/en/yingcai
82
Ziwei ZhangUniversity of ChicagoGraduate Studentzz112@uchicago.eduattention, learning, cognitive control, fMRI, functional connectivity, connectome-based modelingyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://cablab.uchicago.edu/
83
Noga Cohen University of Haifa, Israel Assistant Professor Noga.cohen@edu.haifa.ac.il cognitive control, emotion, eye tracking, fMRI, emotion regulation yestry anytime; availability may vary
https://sites.google.com/edu.haifa.ac.il/emotion-lab/
84
Regina LapateUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraAssistant Professorlapate@ucsb.educognitive control, emotion regulation, peripheral-physio measurements, fMRI, EEG, TMSyesafter summer 2021; availability may varyhttps://lapatelab.psych.ucsb.edu/
85
Ziyi DuanSun Yat-sen University, ChinaGraduate Studentzoeduan.live@gmail.comworking memory, cognitive control, attention, long-term memory
86
Julie HallGhent University, BelgiumPostdocjulie.hall@ugent.bemotivation, attention, salience processing, fmri, network analysisyesanytime
87
Adele DiamondUniversity of British Columbia, VancouverFull Professoradele.diamond@ubc.ca
executive functions, working memory, development, interventions, focused attention, cognitive flexibility, stress, interrelations between cognitive, social & emotional processes
yesanytimehttp://www.devcogneuro.com/
88
Carrisa CocuzzaRutgers University, Newark NJ USAGraduate Studentcarrisacocuzza@gmail.comcognitive control, flexible hubs, network coding mechanisms, predictive modeling, machine learning, functional connectivityyestry anytime, availability may varyhttps://www.colelab.org/
89
Theresa DesrochersBrown UniversityAssistant Professortheresa_desrochers@brown.eduSequential control, executive function, fMRI, TMSyes, variable availabilityyes, interested in connecting with other faculty, open to connecting with othershttps://neuroscience.brown.edu/desrochers/
90
Mine MisirlisoyMiddle East Technical UniversityFull Professormmine@metu.edu.trcognitive control, proportion conguency effects, proactive and reactive controlyes, variable availabilityfrom December 2021
91
Yuko MunakataUniversity of California, DavisProfessor (full)ymunakata@ucdavis.educognitive control, executive function, development, inhibition, individual differences, intervention, computational modelingyesany time
https://mindbrain.ucdavis.edu/people/munakata
92
Hilary J. TrautOracle Corp.Principal Data Scientisthilary.traut@gmail.comcognitive control, executive function, cognitive training, inhibition, adaptive coordination, child development, meta-analysisyestry anytime; availability may varyhttps://github.com/HilaryTraut
93
Sabine DoebelGeorge Mason UniversityAssistant Professorsdoebel@gmu.educognitive control, executive function, inhibitory control, play, pretense, knowledge, conceptual development, meta-analysisyesanytimedevminds.gmu.edu
94
Elisabeth LindnerGerman Primate Center PhD Studentelindner@dpz.euMotor control, perception, action-effect prediction, sense of agency, EEG
https://www.dpz.eu/en/unit/cognitive-neurosciences/about-us.html
95
Darcy DiesburgUniversity of IowaPhD Studentdarcy-diesburg@uiowa.eduMotor control, cognitive control, surprise/unexpectancy, fronto-basal ganglia circuits, EEG, LFP, TMSyesanytime
96
Molly McKinneyThe Ohio State University
Research Assistant (prospective graduate student)
molly.mckinney08@gmail.comcognitive control, attention, strategy, reward, motivation, value-based attention, effortnot far enough in career!https://mollyrose.photos/cv
97
Megan deBettencourtUniversity of ChicagoPost-docdebetten@uchicago.eduAttention, memory, EEG, fMRIyesanytimehttp://home.uchicago.edu/~debetten/
98
Lauren HallionUniversity of PittsburghAssistant Professorhallion@pitt.eduworry, rumination, cogntive control, sustained attention, metacognitive appraisals (subjective difficulty concentrating)yesany time; availability varieswww.cnmalab.com
99
Jessica WoodFlorida State UniversityPhD Studentjwood@psy.fsu.educognitive control, working memory, fMRI, TMS
100
Yao GuanUniversity of IowaPostdocyaoguan@uiowa.educognitive control, error processing, surprise, attentional reorienting, EEG, TMSyes
https://psychology.uiowa.edu/cognitive-neurology-lab