Lab managers and technologists
Phil studied Psychology, Philosophy, and Peace Studies at Manhattan College. He is working towards a BCIA Clinical Neurofeedback Certification. His programming language of choice is Python. Phil has a variety of personal interests including seeking to understand the causes of autism and social motivation neurodevelopment, developing noninvasive brain-machine interface systems, developing virtual reality environments for specific research applications, and developing blockchain based societal systems. During his time at the CAT Lab, he has been awarded two grants as Co-Investigator and Lead Technologist, for work with mobile eye tracking systems.
Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Sociology, Biology and Deafness and Hearing Loss Studies from The Pennsylvania State University. While in undergraduate school, she was a research assistant in Douglas Teti’s Lab on the SIESTA project and in this lab. Kelly's interests focus on development with technology and stress development across an individuals lifetime.
Norbert graduated from Brown University in 2015 with an Sc.B. with honors in Cognitive Neuroscience with a focus on child development. During his time at Brown, Norbert worked in the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, where he eventually completed his honors thesis studying visual attention and learning in infants. Norbert currently coordinates the LANTS project and assists with data collection on multiple other projects in the CAT Lab.