CNN Lab exhibiting at the 12th annual Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska conference (March 2018): Stop by our booth and find out more about our research!
CNN Lab presents research at the 46th annual conference of the International Neuropsychological Society (February, 2018): Graduate students Seima and Jessie presented posters at the annual INS meeting in Washington D.C. this February. Seima helped to present research on the relationship between metacognitive reaction time and functional outcome, and Jessie presented research on the effects of alcohol and substance use on neuropsychological functioning in TBI. Great job, Jessie and Seima!
CNN Lab welcomes a new graduate student to the research team (August, 2017): Seima Al-Momani is the newest graduate student to join the CNN Lab. Prior to coming to UNL, Seima completed her studies at the University of Iowa, where she also helped conduct research in several labs. We are happy to have her as a new graduate student in the Clinical area program, and in the lab. Welcome, Seima!
Undergraduate research assistant Mikki Schantell accepted into UNL's UCARE Program for 2017-2018 academic year: Mikki's application to conduct research in the CNN Lab next year was accepted! She will be completing a project investigating the influence of sex and age on depressive symptomology and cognitive functioning in TBI. Congratulations, Mikki!
Undergarduate research assistant Mackenzie Cissne accepted into UNL's UCARE Program for Summer 2017 (February, 2017): Mackenzie's submission of a scientific proposal to assist with research in the CNN Lab was accepted! She will spend the summer getting hands-on experience in assisting with a project investigating metacognitive functioning in adults who have moderate to severe TBI. Congratulations, Mackenzie!
CNN Lab presents research in New Orleans (February, 2017): Dr. Kathy Chiou presented a poster at the 45th annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society. The research investigated differences in reaction time between adults with TBI and healthy peers when making retrospective confidence judgments.