Kimberly Chiew

Graduate Student, Braver, now Postdoctoral Researcher at Duke University

I am a first-year student working with Todd Braver in the CCP lab. Broadly,I am interested in emotion-cognition interactions in executive control, memory, and self-reflective processing. I am also interested in functional neuroimaging methodology, particularly connectivity analysis of imaging data.

I graduated from the University of Toronto in 2005 and worked for two years as a research assistant at the Rotman Research Institute in Toronto before coming to Washington University. Previous research experience has included behavioural and neuroimaging work in cognitive psychology as well as studying quality-of-life and decision making in cancer patients.