Brain imaging is coming to TCU!
The Centanni lab, in collaboration with the Leising lab at TCU, was recently approved to purchase a state of the art high-density electroencephalography (EEG) system! Each net will contain 256 electrodes to allow for better source localization and will also have tDCS capabilities. We look forward to bringing this new technique to TCU!!
The Centanni lab just received a grant from TCU...
This funding will support some basic science research to help us optimize the parameters for our auricular vagus nerve stimulation studies! We look forward to sharing the results of this exciting set of experiments!
We are celebrating the recent acceptance of our manuscript in Developmental Science!
TM Centanni, ES Norton, A Park, SD Beach, K Halverson, O Ozernov-Palchik, N Gaab, JDE Gabrieli (2018), Early Development of Letter Specialization in Left Fusiform is Associated with Better Word Reading and Smaller Fusiform Face Area. Developmental Science, .doi: 10.1111/desc.12658
The Centanni Lab's first research poster!
Lab director Tracy Centanni (left) with lab undergrad Alexis Jefferson (right) as she presents the first research poster out of the lab! Alexis received a TCU Students in Research grant this year to study the effect of training approach on novel letter acquisition. The poster was very well received by the community.