Carnegie Mellon University

Tim Verstynen

February 27, 2019

CoAxLab named to OpenNEURO Hall of Fame

By Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Psychology

The Cognitive Axon Lab (CoAxLab) led by the Department of Psychology’s Timothy Verstynen has been named to the OpenNEURO Hall of Fame. OpenNEURO, a free and open platform for analyzing and sharing neuroimaging data, established its Hall of Fame to celebrate neuroimaging labs that share the most data through its platform. The CoAxLab received third place this year for contributing four data sets to OpenNEURO.

Verstynen, an associate professor of psychology and member of the Center for Neural Basis of Cognition, is interested in understanding how we plan our actions and how these actions change the organization of the underlying neural pathways that regulate these abilities.

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