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M.D., St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1993
Gina R Kuperberg, MD PhD, is the Dennett Stibel Professor of Cognitive Science
at Tufts University and a psychiatrist in the
Dept. of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. She earned her MD at St.
Bartholomew's Medical School, London, and her PhD in Psychology and Cognitive
Neuroscience at Kings College, University of London. She completed an internship
at St. Bartholomew's Hospital and a residency and fellowship in psychiatry at
the Maudsley Hospital and Institute of Psychiatry, London. She came to the US in
1998 and completed research fellowships in neuroimaging and cognitive
electrophysiology at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, and the NeuroCognition Lab at Tufts
Joining our lab as a graduate student will offer you a strong cognitive neuroscience and psycholinguistic training, and will give you insights into the use of multimodal neuroimaging methods to address fundamental questions of how the brain builds up meaning. Depending on a student's interest,during his/her graduate career he/she may focus on developing and expanding ERP projects in healthy individuals, may apply their paradigms to learn how language processing goes awry in schizophrenia, and/or may complement their training in ERPs with training in fMRI at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging. Learn more about how to join the lab as a graduate student and for the types of studies that are being carried out by current grad students.
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