Current Lab Members

You learn more about the background and different research areas of different lab members by clicking on the images below. You can also see our current and previous collaborators.

Previous Lab Members

Former Post Docs

Christina Moutsiana: Now a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in cognitive neuroscience at the University of Westminster, London.

Andreas Kappes: Now a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at City, University of London.

Kaustubh Patil: Now a Research Fellow at the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, Research Centre Juelich.

Donal Cahill: Now at Google Headquarters.

Eleanor Loh: Now a Data Scientist at Deliveroo.

Former PhD Students

Neil Garrett: Now a Post Doc at The Daw Lab, Princeton University.

Caroline Charpentier: Now a Post Doc at The O’Doherty Lab, Caltech.

Sebastian Bobadilla Suarez: Now a Post Doc at The Love Lab, University College London.

Former MSc Students

Phoebe Chen: Now working as a research assistant at the cognitive psychology lab at National Chengchi University, Taipei.

Rose Cooper: Now a Post Doc at Harvard University.

Ana Maria González Garzón: Now teaching at the Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota.

Samuel Gibbon

Tena Nevidal

Former Undergraduate Research Assistants and Interns

Paula Wicher: Now a research assistant at the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Jay See Tow: Finishing his degree at University College London.

Lucy Li: Now doing a PhD at Cornell University.

Daniel Murage: Studying a MFA–Fiction program at NYU.

Tara Srirangarajan: Finishing her BSc at Northeastern University.

Lena Coutrot: Now doing an MSc in Cognitive Science at Ecole Normale Supérieure.

Julia Folz: Now doing an MSc in Neuro-Cognitive Psychology at LMU Munich.

Lennart Wittkuhn: Starting a PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin in October.

Maria Gädeke: Finishing a Master’s of Neurosciences at the University of Bonn.

Sarah Hadden: Former Research Assistant.

Anja Hallan-Wolff: Studying a degree in clinical psychology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Molly Wilner: Student at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York.