Kamin Kim, Postdoctoral Fellow
I am interested in the influence of memory on other cognitive functions such as attention and decision making and the ways in which the brain as a network subserves memory functions. Previously, as a postdoc at the University of Texas Health Science Center, I used intracranial EEG data to study the characterization and modulation of the brain network that contributes to the retrieval of spatial and temporal episodic memory. I received my PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2015, where I studied the neural mechanisms of cognitive control using fMRI and cholinergic/dopaminergic PET imaging.
Outside of the lab, I enjoy doing yoga, traveling, hiking, hanging out with my dog Melon, and catching up with friends that live in many different time zones.