People

Faculty

 
Taosheng Liu

 

  • Research interests: visual perception and attention, working memory, decision making, functional neuroimaging
  • Email:email_tsliu
  • Phone:  517.432.6694
    Fax:
    517.353.1652
  • Link: personal webpage, Google scholar
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Graduate Students

     
  Sari Saba-Sadiya

 

    Sari is a Palestinian Ph.D candidate in both cognitive and computer science. He received a Bachelor in Computer Science, and a Bachelor in Mathematics from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Subsequently, He worked in VLSI at Apple Inc. before coming to MSU as a Fulbright grantee. He has an Arabic Funk band named Beirut 66.

Undergraduate Researchers

  Parker Cuthbert

 

    Parker completed his B.S. in cognitive neuroscience from Lyman Briggs and is working towards a second degree in Human Biology. He is currently working on projects to gain additional research and clinical experience. In the future, he intends on attending an MD or PhD program to continue studying Neuroscience. Outside of the lab, Parker enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, and watching sports.
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  Jack Logan

 

    Jack is pursuing a B.S. in behavioral and systems neuroscience from Lyman Briggs. He developed his passion for neuroscience in the fifth grade after watching a documentary about Dr. Ben Carson, and has been following it ever since. After graduation, Jack plans on attending medical school and has aspirations of becoming a neurosurgeon. When he isn’t studying, Jack enjoys spending time with friends and watching sports.
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  Dania Alsabeh

 

    Dania is pursuing a B.S. in psychology with a minor in cognitive science. She recently discovered her grave interest towards human perception, specifically understanding how the mind perceives visual input and speech, and the neurology behind it. After her undergrad career, she wishes to pursue a PhD in neuropsychology. In her free time, Dania enjoys questioning life and existence along with eating chicken.
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  Lilly Jillson

 

    Lilly is working on her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a cognitive science minor and on the pre-medical track. Lilly became interested in psychology and neuroscience when they were the least understood topics in her previous biology and physiology classes. This caused her to become eager to learn more and research the subjects. She plans to attend medical school with the hopes of eventually specializing in neurology, emergency medicine, or surgery. When she is not studying or working, Lilly enjoys riding horses and traveling with friends and family.
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