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Current and Past Students

Current Students

Madison Beneda-Bender

Madison Beneda-Bender

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Eugenia Fuenzalida & Andrea Vincent

E-mail:

madsbens at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Neurological and psychosocial mechanisms related to resiliency, fear management, and performance in safety sensitive occupations

Doug Bryant

Doug Bryant

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Eugenia Fuenzalida

E-mail:

douglas.j.bryant-1 at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Neurological correlates of individual differences in moral perception, moral reasoning, and cognitive bias

Lisa De Stefano

Lisa De Stefano

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Michael Wenger

E-mail:

lisa.destefano at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Learning and memory

Matthew Finneran

Matthew Finneran

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Anthony Burgett

E-mail:

finn0011 at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Natural product drug discovery for neurological disorders and diseases
Rob Fogle

Rob Fogle

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Anthony Burgett

E-mail:

robert.s.fogle-1 at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Neurological drug discovery
Melody-Reese

Melody Reese

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

David Liu

E-mail:

melody.reese at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Neural underpinnings of empathy and moral reasoning; relationship of mirror neurons to those cognitive processes

Zach Severance

Zach Severance

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Anthony Burgett

E-mail:

Zachary.C.Severance-1 at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Natural product drug discovery with potential application for mitigating/treating neurodegenerative disorders and other pathologies of the brain

Brandon Stone

Brandon Stone

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Mikhail Kellawan and Eugenia Fuenzalida

E-mail:

brandon.l.stone at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Intersection of physiological mechanisms, neurocognitive models and exercise on the executive functions

Nicholas Woodruff

Nicholas Woodruff

Program:

CBN Ph.D.

Advisor:

Lauren Ethridge

E-mail:

Nicholas.e.woodruff-1 at ou dot edu

Research Interests:

Electrophysiology as a tool for identification and characterization of neural biomarkers related to Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated neurodevelopmental disorders