Roselyne J. Chauvin, PhD

Post Doctoral Research Associate

Washington University in St. Louis (WU)

I am broadly interested in how nature and nurture shape our brain and personality. It boils down first to the understanding of human development and second to longitudinal and plastic changes in individuals. I take an integrated view across cognitive functions to understand how brain systems interact and adapt together. With a technical and theoretical background, I develop and apply advanced methods for analysis neuroimaging data. I am very much interested and involved in clinical and education-related applications of cognitive neuroscience.