Today, we welcomed our new lab manager, Thea Zalabak, to the Control and Decision Making Lab. Thea joins us from Princeton University, where she was an undergraduate researcher with Jon Cohen and Diana Tamir. We are happy you are here, Thea!
Congratulations to Wouter and Dr. Zach Reagh, who were awarded McDonnell Center for Systems Neuroscience funding for a collabrative project. Together with Ata Karagoz, they will run an fMRI study to uncover the neural mechanisms underlying the interaction between representations of task structure and the use of those representations in model-based cognitive control.
This semester, two undergraduate student research assistants are joining the lab. Melodey Soong will be working under the supervision of Jack Dolgin, whereas Eric Gruber joins us through the Mind, Brain, and Behavior program. We are exited both of you are here!
Today, Jack Dolgin starts as the first graduate student of our lab. Welcome to the team!
Wouter was named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science. Congratulations to him and all the other awardees!
Today, the Control and Decision Making Lab expanded its size from one to two people. Bettina Bustos will be joining the lab as our first ever lab manager starting in November 2019. Welcome to the (still fairly small) team, Bettina!
We are soliciting applications for a postdoctoral research associate and a lab manager in the Control and Decision Making Lab. You can find more detailed information here. Are you interested in cognitive control, decision making, and learning? Do you want to work in a fun, rewarding, diverse, and inclusive lab environment? Join us!
You can apply for the postdoc position using Job ID 44778 at jobs.wustl.edu.
You can apply for the lab manager position using Job ID 44878 at jobs.wustl.edu.
Any questions? Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org!
As of today, the WashU Facilities Department has started construction of our lab in Somers Family Hall. The space is built from the ground up, and will feature spacious offices, and a multi-purpose lounge and meeting room that is intended to foster collaboration between our lab members. For a sneak peek, take a look at our floor plan:
Today, Wouter officially accepted his assistant professor position at Washington University in St. Louis!