Completed studies

Computerized Cognitive Training - Expanded (CogTE study) 

This was a four-year NIH-funded study. We recruited people aged 60 years or older with a clinical condition called "Mild Cognitive Impairment." We provided computerized cognitive training to help slow cognitive and functional decline.

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Neural mechanism of central fatigability (CF study)

This was a two-year NIH-funded study. We recruited people aged 60 with cognitively normal cognition, and used computerized tasks and fMRI to assess CF.

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Stressful Experiences and Alzheimer's disease (ESB study)

This was a two-year Alzheimer's Association-funded project. We recruited people aged 60 years or older with following cognitive states: cognitively healthy, MCI, and mild Alzheimer's disease. We utilized a cognitive stress task protocol, and assessed MRI, ECG, and cortisol (through saliva samples).