Montréal, Dr. Paré graduated from Université de
Montréal with a B.Sc. degree in Biology. He then moved
to McGill University, where he completed a Ph.D. at
the Montréal Neurological Institute in the Department
of Neurology & Neurosurgery under the supervision
of Daniel Guitton. Before becoming a Queen's faculty
member, he took postdoctoral training with Robert H.
Wurtz in the Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research at
Research Assistant, who oversees
several pharmacological projects. She is a graduate
from the Registered Veterinary Technology Program at
St-Lawrence College, Kingston (2012), and competed a BA in
Psychology at Dalhousie University
Mavis Kusi is a PhD candidate in the Neuroscience Program at Queen's University. She joined the laboratory in September 2015 after completing a MSc in Occupational Therapy at Queen's University (2011) and a BA in Psychology at University of Toronto (2007).
Benjamin Cuthbert is a MSc candidate the Neuroscience Program. He joined a collaboration with Dr. Gunnar Blohm's laboratory in May 2017 after completing a BSCH in Life Sciences at Queen's University.
Pranavan Thirunavukkarasu is a MSc candidate the Neuroscience Program. He joined the laboratory in September 2017 after completing a BSCH in Life Sciences at Queen's University.
S. Farbodkia (PhD)
C. Nahanni (PhD)
K. Shen (PhD)
G.S. Day (MSc)
I.T. Everdell (MSc)
E. Heyselaar (MSc)
C. Li (MSc)
J. Manjunath (MSc)
M. Oemisch (MSc)
N.W.D. Thomas (MSc)
L. Thurston (MSc)
J. Valero (MSc)
M. Warfe (MSc)
A. Wilson (MSc)
Dr. Clayton E. Curtis is an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University (New York, NY). Our collaborative work investigates the nature of the inhibitory control of action in humans.
Dr. Laurent Madelain is a Professor of Psychology at Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille III, Lille, France. Our collaborative work investigates the role of reinforcement on movement control and regulation.
Dr. Kevin G. Munhall is a Professor of Psychology at Queen's University. Our collaborative work investigates the integration of audiovisual communicative signals.
Dr. Jeffrey D. Schall is the E. Bronson Ingram Professor of Neuroscience at the Center for Integrative & Cognitive Neuroscience of the Vanderbilt University Vision Research Center (Nashville, TN). Our collaborative work investigates the neural basis of visual selection and action control.