The Chrysikou Lab received awards and grants for 2015-2016! Great job everyone!



Congratulations to
Hannah Morrow & Alex Fowler for receiving the J. Michael Young Opportunity Award from the University Honors Program to attend and present their work at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in April!

Congratulations to
Hannah Morrow, Alex Fowler, and Austin Flohrschutz for receiving Travel Awards through the Center for Undergraduate research to attend and present their work at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in April!

Congratulations to
Alex Fowler and Austin Flohrschutz for receiving Undergraduate Research Awards through the Center for Undergraduate research to conduct their senior thesis in the lab this spring!

Dr. Chrysikou and her collaborators were awarded a grant from the Imagination Institute (funded by the Templeton Foundation) to better understand how transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) may enhance a person’s creative uses for everyday objects. Read the press release here.

Dr. Chrysikou was awarded a NARSAD Young Investigator Grant from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation to continue research on the molecular and functional effects of neurostimulation in depression.

Dr. Chrysikou
was awarded a General Research Fund grant from the College to continue research on semantic memory using MEG!

Congratulations to
Hannah Morrow for receiving an Undergraduate Research Award through the Center for Undergraduate research to conduct her senior thesis in the lab this fall!