Comorbidity of Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Using EEG to Explore Unique and Overlapping Behaviors in Autism and ADHD
Amanda Cremone-Caira, Ph.D., is a cognitive and developmental neuroscientist at Assumption University, and currently manages an interdisciplinary research program that evaluates the cognitive and socioemotional development of both typically developing children and children with neurodevelopmental disorders including ADHD and autism spectrum disorder. Her research program integrates behavioral tasks with measures of cognitive electrophysiology (i.e., EEG and ERP).
All are welcome to join via Zoom using the Zoom ID: 998 3520 2207. The event is part of the spring Center for Neuroscience Lecture Series.
Two to tango: Neuropeptide-Neuropeptide receptors in social behaviors
Jagan Srinivasan, Ph.D. (aka Dr. J), is an associate professor of biology and biotechnology at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Dr. J's Systems Neuroscience Laboratory focuses on interpreting olfactory dysfunction in neurological disorders, in particular Alzheimer's Disease - by understanding how ol ... Read more
The World of Neuroscience in the World of Persons: A Neuroethical Dialogue
James Beauregard, Ph.D. is a lecturer in the Psy.D. program at Rivier University, where he teaches biological bases of behavior, neuropsychology, educational neuroscience, and aging. His research interests are in the fields of neuroethics and personalist philosophy including the intersection of thes ... Read more