Katelyn Arnemann, Ph.D.

I am a cogntive neuroscientist, with a focus on studying distributed network properites underlying human cognition and disease through application of computational techniques to neuroimaging data (MRI and PET).

Research Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University, Newark
Mentor: Dr. Michael Cole
Cole Neurocognition Lab
Estimating latent functional connectivity underlying multiple brain states

Graduate Student in Neuroscience Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley
Mentor: Dr. William Jagust
Jagust Lab
Dissertation: Insights on Alzheimer's disease etiology from network approaches in healthy aging permalink

Research Assistant Department of Neurology, US Department of Veteran's Affairs
Mentors: Dr. Mark D'Esposito and Dr. Anthony Chen
D'Esposito Lab
Functional brain network modularity predicts response to cognitive training after brain injury

Undergraduate Research Assistant Department of Cognitive Science, Case Western Reserve University
Mentor: Dr. Anthony Jack
Brain, Mind and Consciousness Lab
Two domains of human higher cognition: distinct brain networks underlie social and mechanical reasoning