I am currently interested in the hippocampal contributions to the temporal interval and spatial representation during human episodic memory and navigation using high-resolution fMRI. Besides, I am also interested in the hippocampal-cortical and cortical- cortical interactions underlying representations of spatial layout, temporal interval and temporal order representation. I got my Ph.D. degree from Beijing Normal University under the guidance of Prof. Gui Xue in 2017. PUBLICATIONS Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles  Zheng, L., Gao, Z., Y., Xiao, X., Q., Ye, Z., F., Chen, C., S., Xue, G (2017). Reduced fidelity of neural representation underlies episodic memory decline in normal aging, Cerebral…
Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
Yu Karen Du, Ph.D.
My research aims to understand the cognitive mechanisms of spatial representations in humans. Specifically, I use immersive Virtual Reality (VR) techniques to test human participants with behavioral and neurophysiological measures methods. You can find my publications here. I joined the Spatial Cognition Lab as a Postdoctoral Fellow in September, 2018. Before joining the lab, I received my Ph.D. from the University of Alberta, working with Dr. Weimin Mou and Dr. Marcia Spetch.