Sufang is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Psychology at Georgetown University. She received her Ph.D. in Cognitive Neurosciences from Beijing Normal University, China. She was trained in brain imaging methods in the Neuroimaging Research Branch at NIDA and School of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Her main research interest is to combine resting state fMRI and task state fMRI to explore the neuro-mechanism of various psychiatric populations.
Adam began volunteering in the Laboratory for Relational Cognition in the spring of 2014 before formally joining the lab as a PhD student the following year. Prior to joining the lab, Adam earned his BS in neuroscience at Union College, where he conducted research on inattentional and change blindness. His primary research interest concerns the examination of creative thought, with a specific focus on the enhancement of state creativity through behavioral and neural interventions.