Visiting Graduate Student - Neuroscape
UCSF – Mission BaySandler Neuroscience CenterMC 0444, 675 Nelson Rising LaneSan Francisco, CA 94158
Di got her undergraduate degree in psychology and continued her education in neuroscience. During the period of graduate study, her research focused on the neural correlates working memory and her findings clarified the neural mechanisms by which the cerebral cortex (orderly and timely) stores information in vibrotactile working memory, using non-invasive single-pulse TMS, EEG and tDCS. With knowledge and experience of doing research, she found her research interest had progressively moved towards cognitive control and attention. In November 2015, she started the 2-year visiting in Gazzaley lab to get some new experience in cognitive functions using on-invasive brain stimulation and cognitive training.