Cognition Emotion Neuroscience Laboratory

Dr. Sarah keedy

Dr. Sarah keedy

Director of CENSL & Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Sarah Keedy received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Her research interests include the neurocognitive abnormalities of psychotic disorders, effects of psychiatric medications on brain function, linking neurocognitive deficits to clinical symptoms, and defining the “severity” of hallucinations and hallucination pathophysiology. 

Presentation focusing on Neural Connectivity Signatures of Hallucinations and Delusions: https://acnp.org/videos/sarah-keedy/

Presentation focusing on the complex neurobiologies of psychosis and the precision of hallucination measurement: https://www.psych.uic.edu/event/psychdept-parsing-psychosis-with-neurobiology-symptoms-and-subgroups

 

 

 

Victoria Okuneye

Victoria Okuneye

Doctoral Student

B.S. from MIT | Pursuing an MD/PhD from the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Pritzker School of Medicine

Current Lab Work: BSNIP Study, Dissertation

Michael Malina

Michael Malina

Neuroimaging Analyst

B.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience from U.C. San Diego 

Current Lab Work: BSNIP, Pharmacological fMRI, MRI of IED

Indira Khera

Indira Khera

Undergraduate Research Intern

B.S. in Biology in Progress 

Current Lab Work: BSNIP Study

Josephine Buclez

Josephine Buclez

Undergraduate Intern/Katen Scholar

B.S. in Progress

Current Lab Work: BSNIP Study

Barrett Kern, PsyD

Barrett Kern, PsyD

Former Postdoc; Diagnostic Rater

Current Lab Work: BSNIP Study, Psychoeducation on Psychosis Symptoms