Derek Evan Nee, Ph.D.
Dr. Derek Nee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Program in Neuroscience, and Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine. He studies the neural bases of cognitive control and working memory using a combination of functional MRI, computational techniques, and transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Alexandria Meyer, M.S.
Alexa is a graduate student who completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Arizona. She worked as a lab manager at the University of Colorado before joining the Nee lab to pursue her Ph.D. Her research interests include cognitive control and neuroimaging.
McKinney Pitts, M.S.
McKinney Pitts graduated Mississippi State University and is pursuing a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology in the Nee lab. He is interested in the mechanisms underlying higher-level cognition and cognitive control.
Jessica Wood, B.A.
Jessica Wood is a graduate student pursuing her Ph.D. in the Nee lab. She graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Metropolitan State University of Denver before working as a Research Coordinator at the Mesulam Center at Northwestern University. Her research interests include effective and functional connectivity of brain networks used in cognitive control.
Danielle Clark, B.A.
Danielle is a graduate student who received her Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science and Psychology at the University of Michigan. Before joining the Nee lab to pursue her Ph.D., she worked as a lab manager at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research interests include working memory, cognitive interventions, and neuroimaging.
Jongmin Lee, M.A.
Jongmin Lee is a graduate student pursuing his Ph.D. in the Nee lab. He received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Psychology from Chungnam National University. His previous research investigated the relationship between visual and central attention. His current research focuses on understanding the neural mechanisms of interaction between the internal models and cognitive control.
Gabriella Vill, B.S.
Gabriella is the current lab manager in the Nee Lab. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Monmouth University in New Jersey. She plans on pursuing her Ph.D. in the near future. She is interested in research pertaining to cognitive control, memory, and fMRI.
Noah Fletcher, B.S.
Noah is a research assistant in the Nee Lab. He began working with the Nee Lab while earning his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Florida State University. His projects include studies of working memory using fMRI and TMS, and studies of anhedonia using fMRI, TMS, and EEG. He aspires to pursue a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical psychology in the future.
Holland Whitaker, B.S.
Holland is the current lab manager in the Nee Lab. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Neuroscience at the Florida State University. Before becoming the Lab Manager for the Nee Lab she worked on working memory studies as a DIS student in the lab. She aspires to pursue a Master's or Ph.D. in the future. Her research interests include working memory and neuroimaging.
Anabel Dorfman, B.S.
Anabel is a research assistant in the Nee Lab. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminology from Florida State University. Her current projects include studies of behavior, anhedonia, and working memory using fMRI, EEG, and TMS. She plans to pursue her Ph.D. in Psychology in the future.
David DeVito (Currently Data Scientist at Canada Post)
Kelly Rootes-Murdy (Currently PhD student at Georgia State)
Jourdan Pouliot (Currently PhD student at U Florida)
William Thyer (Currently PhD student at U Chicago)
Brynn Paulsen (Currently PhD student at UC Boulder)