Katie Bottenhorn successfully defended her dissertation,
“Understanding individual differents within large-scale brain networks across cognitive contexts”, on June 24, 2021,
and has now received her Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience. Her work as focused on developing and deploying user-friendly, open-source data analysis techniques for more rigorous study of the variability within and between individuals using functional neuroimaging, endocrine, physiological, and behavioral data.
In the fall, Katie will be starting a post-doc at the University of Southern California in
Dr. Megan Herting’s Herting Neuroimaging Lab, studying the role of air pollution in child and adolescent brain development.