This is Research

This Wednesday, April 13th, Auburn University will hold it’s “This is Research” Student Symposia (check out the link here). Several of our students will be presenting, so please swing by and show them some support!  All events occur in the Auburn University Student Center, with rooms listed below: 8:00-8:45am Room 2227 Jay Murphy – “Spatial

Canine Imaging

Most of you are familiar with my absolute love for dogs!  There’s some really interesting research going on that looks at functional neuroimaging in awake canines…check it out by clicking here.   Also, did you know that Auburn also does canine brain research? Check out this published article by my colleagues that looks at dog

You win some, you lose some!

This week, we had a mixed bag of news: The good:  We received word that one of our competitive internal grants received funding!  This is a collaborative project with the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (Co-PIs with Dr. El-Sheikh & Dr. Erath) in the College of Human Sciences to look at the neurological and psychophysiological

OEF/OIF Veterans: PTSD & TBI

Happy to announce that our invited manuscript has been accepted at Neuropsychology Review.  Special thanks to Dr. Sara Dolan at Baylor University for organizing and allowing me to participate on this paper.  There are a lot of great articles published online (ahead of print) on the neurobehavioral and neurocognitive effects of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF),

Caudate Paper Accepted

Meta-analytic connectivity modeling (MACM) of the caudate nucleus using the BrainMap database. Our article about the functional connectivity of the human caudate was recently accepted by NeuroImage, in an incredibly timely fashion (thank you to the Editors of that journal – viagra generic canada what a scientific treat)!  This paper has relevance to clinical neuroscience

Meta-analytic Connectivity Modeling

We got the cover, too! One of the greatest periods of professional growth that I have had was my 2 year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.  Aside from having wonderful mentors and colleagues, I got to experience the tremendous evolution of the BrainMap database.  This paper, which