Welcome to the CogT Lab

Age-related cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, are major health challenges among aging populations. Maintaining cognitive and functional independence are critical for healthy aging. To serve such purposes, the CogT Lab invests in a mechanistic understanding of brain aging. These mechanisms inform our work on developing innovative interventions aimed at delaying the progression of Alzheimer's-related dementia and promoting successful cognitive aging. 


News and Events


May 2021 

Congratulations to Bennett Kukla for successfully defending his senior thesis at Cornell University.

CogT Lab is beginning a transition to the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. 

We are excited to build new collaborations and use multimodal neuroimaging and computational approaches to improve our understanding of the neural mechanisms that can promote healthy aging.​ Further details will be announced. 

Mar 2021   

Quanjing Chen has published in Human Brain Mapping: 

Increased Segregation of Structural Brain Networks Underpins Enhanced Broad Cognitive Abilities of Cognitive Training.

Bennett Kukla and Mia Anthony have published The Journal of Gerontology: Series A: Brain Small-Worldness Properties and Perceived Fatigue in Mild Cognitive Impairment. 


We are actively recruiting postdoctoral fellows who have a background in one or more of the following fields: neurosciences (e.g., cognitive, computational, clinical), computer and data sciences, computational biology, math, statistics, or engineering (e.g., biomedical, electrical, electrical and computer) with health applications, neuroimaging, and/or gerontology/geriatrics.

View the position descriptions here.