News Archive

Welcome our new PhD student, Nathaniel Allen!

Nathaniel is finishing his senior year at Florida Tech studying neuropsychology. He will be joining the Courtney Lab this Fall 2023, and we can’t wait!

Dr. Courtney is on a sabbatical this academic year (’22-’23)

Stanford University Psychology Building

Dr. Courtney is on a sabbatical this year, focusing on developing new research projects and collaborations. In the fall of 2022, she was a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, hanging out with many amazing people.  She had a great time with Anthony Wagner’s group learning about their work on the relationship between attention and episodic...

Welcome new Grad Student Natalia!

We have a new first-year PhD Student in the lab – Natalia Khodayari. Natalia hails from Northern California, most recently UC Davis, and is well experienced with EEG. We’re excited to have her in the lab!

Lab Manager gets second place in JHU’s class poker tournament!

Data collection, skill, and luck works in many different ways in the Courtney Lab. Eda, our Lab Manager, took a 2-week intensive poker class taught by Professor Avi Rubin, and got second place in the final class poker tournament! Congratulations Eda!

Considering graduate student applications!

We will be considering graduate students for the 2019-2010 application cycle. If you are interested in applying, please send an e-mail to Susan Courtney at courtney@jhu.edu.

Research Assistants present at the Baltimore SFN Chapter Meeting!

Research Assistants Nora and Soowan had the opportunity to present and discuss their research at the 2019 Baltimore SFN Chapter Meeting this past week. Nora, now a Senior with her eyes set on Medical School, has been with the Courtney Lab her entire time at Hopkins! Her project was entitled “Does warning that a stimulus...

The Courtney Lab hosts the creators of Brainstorm – EEG Workshop

On March 14th and 15th, the Courtney Lab hosted the creators of Brainstorm, Sylvain Baillet and Martin Cousineau, for an intensive 2-day EEG data analysis workshop. The workshop included hands-on EEG data analysis and lectures on EEG processing and EEG signals. Brainstorm is a collaborative, open-source application dedicated to the analysis of brain recordings. Link to...

Myranda wins another research award!

In addition to the prestigious APS award Myranda Gormley—our superstar undergraduate lab member—received a while ago, she’s also just received a Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award (DURA; http://krieger.jhu.edu/research/undergraduate/dura/) for her project on stress and cognition.  This award provides substantial funding for conducting her research. Congrats to Myranda!