We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organizations:
CAN Lab receives a research supplement to R21 MH094781 to promote diversity in psychiatry research.
Graduate student Cara Damiano has received a 2013-2014 UNC graduate school award for her dissertation addressing neural mechanisms of reward uncertainty in children with autism. Congratulations, Cara!
Graduate student Megan Kovac has received a 2013-2014 UNC graduate school award for her dissertation addressing affective modulation of the postauricular reflex in children with autism. Congratulations, Megan!
Graduate student Anna Sabatino (Developmental Psychology) defended her dissertation which investigated visual attention to social and nonsocial stimuli in children with autism. Congratulations, Anna!
Psychology honors student Dillon Cockrell received the Dashiell-Thurstone Award and highest honors for his honors projects on fMRI of reward loss in children with autism. Congratulations, Dillon!
UNC medical student Dana Kelley has received an Office of Medical Student Research award to work in the CAN lab this summer. Welcome, Dana!
CAN Lab projects are highlighted in the Spring, 2013 CIDD newsletter link.
Ellie Hanna has been admitted to Duke’s Cognitive Neuroscience Admitting Program. Well deserved – congratulations, Ellie!