Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory

The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory is a multidisciplinary community dedicated to understanding the neural bases of human thought. Our current research addresses the central problems of cognitive neuroscience, including perception, attention, learning, memory, language, decision-making, emotion and development.

Our methods are equally diverse, and include functional neuroimaging, behavioral testing of neurological and psychiatric patients, transcranial and direct current magnetic stimulation, scalp-recorded event-related potentials, intracranial recording, computational modeling, candidate gene studies and pharmacologic manipulations of cognitive processes.


3710 Hamilton Walk
Goddard Labs- 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104


Geoff Aguirre, MD
Anjan Chatterjee, MD
Branch Coslett, MD
John Detre, MD
Russell Epstein, PhD
Emily Falk, PhD
Martha Farah, PhD
Roy Hamilton, MD
Joe Kable, PhD
Hengyi Rao, PhD
Sharon Thompson-Schill, PhD
David Wolk, MD


Aguirre Lab
Chatterjee Lab
Detre Lab
Epstein Lab
Falk Lab
Thompson-Schill Lab
Laboratory for Cognition and Neural Stimulation (LCNS)