People

Ian Greenhouse
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Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon.

In addition to science, I love spending time with my incredible wife and daughter, playing with our dog, cat, and tortoise, exploring the outdoors hiking, surfing, camping, skiing, and traveling, listening to and recording music, and attempting to cook.

 

Graduate Students

Isaac Gomez – Born and raised in California, Isaac earned a B.S. in Kinesiology and a minor in Biology at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He is a curious student of the human body and wishes to become a University Professor when he grows up.
He enjoys the outdoors for hiking, camping, and exercise; and he enjoys the indoors for things like movie nights, family dinners, board games, and sleep. In short, Isaac is a simple man living in a strangely wonderful world.

Mitchell Fisher – Originally from Michigan where I completed my BS in Clinical Exercise Science at Grand Valley State University. Then I moved to Washington to pursue a MS in Exercise Science at Central Washington University. After teaching for a few years at CWU, I decided it was time to go back to school and shift my research focus to motor control. In my downtime I enjoy cycling, hiking, swimming and of course reading.

Lab Manager/Research Assistant

Nick Jackson hails from Anchorage, AK and has a B.S. in Biological Sciences, with a minor in Mathematics, from University of Alaska, Anchorage. He’s interested in exploring the motor neurophysiology of skateboarding and eventually plans on pursuing behavioral neuroscience or biostatistics in graduate school. For fun, he enjoys skateboarding, photography, traveling, and daydreaming.

 

Research Assistants

Hi, my name is Ethan Kizziar and I hail from Portland, Oregon. I am a current Junior human physiology major and Spanish minor which will hopefully help me get into physical therapy school in the future! My favorite things to do in my free time are going skiing, camping, and taking roadtrips. I currently work as an Exploregon Trip Leader, and lead U of O international and domestic students on awesome trips around Oregon-so please contact me with any questions about the program!

 

Hi, my name is Kara Ormiston and I am from Orange County, CA. I am a junior Human Physiology major with a minor in Global Health. In the future I hope to attend physician assistant school and work in global health. In my downtime I enjoy camping, hiking, board games, and food!

 

Zeeya Aspandiar. When she is not catching up on work for her Human Anatomy and Physiology major, Zeeya writes for the Oregon Voice magazine and volunteers for the student-run nonprofit Rosie. In the future she hopes to work in humanitarian medicine and global health. A native of Beaverton, Oregon, she can be found playing with doggies, taking walks in the rain, reading classical literature, avoiding the gym, and getting a little too excited at Thursday Night Trivia.

 

Patrick Glang is a Eugene native and UO alum with a B.S. in Psychology. For fun, he cooks at home, walks Rileigh (his dog), reads current events and does Sudoku. Currently, he is interested in researching the underpinnings of inhibition and excitation in human movement. Patrick can also be found doing youth outreach in downtown Eugene.

Collaborators & Colleagues

Aronlab (Adam Aron), UC San Diego

Ivrylab (Rich Ivry), UC Berkeley

Cognitive Neurology Lab (Jan Wessel), University of Iowa

René Huster, University of Oslo

Florent Lebon, Université de Bourgogne

CoActions Lab (Julie Duque), Université catholique Louvain

 

Remote & Former Students/Trainees

Jeremy Teman, UC Berkeley

Sean Noah is currently a psychology graduate student at UC Davis, studying neural mechanisms of attention with Dr. Ron Mangun. He spends most of his time looking at EEG time series and neuroimaging data, and the rest of his time outside

Ana Sias graduated from UC Berkeley and is a graduate student at UCLA Interdepartmental PhD Program in Neuroscience.

Taylor Hulahan completed her honors thesis in Integrative Physiology at UC Berkeley where she examined the effects of head motion on Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy measurements of GABA. She will be joining the Saha Laboratory at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA.

Shabnam Bonyadi graduated from UC Berkeley in Bioengineering and is now a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research project is to understand the effects of surface wear on the mechanical performance of hydrogels and cartilage.

Jason Samaha is a Ph.D. student at UW-Madison working with Brad Postle on the role of neural oscillations in perceptual awareness and in the top-down control over visual processing. Jason uses psychophysics, EEG/ECoG, computational modeling, and non-invasive brain stimulation in humans to address these questions.

Trevor Yacovone is currently in his final semester at UC Berkeley, finishing up degrees in Computer Science & Cognitive Science. After graduating, he’ll be joining the enterprise software company Pivotal, working as a Software Engineer on the Data R&D team.

Dylan Saks will graduate in May, 2018 with a Master’s of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from Illinois Institute of Technology. He will be a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, helping people with physical and psychiatric disability to meet important life outcomes. He is also working as a behavioral change guide at Triggr health ( https://triggrhealth.com) an app that provides 24/7 support to people with substance use challenges using evidence based behavioral change like motivational interviewing and CBT.

Derek Huffman received his Ph.D. from UC Irvine with Craig Stark, where he studied human memory using fMRI, computational modeling, and behavioral techniques. He is now working as a postdoc with Arne Ekstrom at UC Davis, and he is using immersive virtual reality, multivariate data analysis, and fMRI to elucidate the brain networks underlying human spatial memory.

Stuti Bansal is currently a second-year student at UC Berkeley, studying Neurobiology. She’s working as a research assistant in Kriegsfeld Lab, where they work with mice to determine the effects of disrupting circadian rhythms on reproductive systems, metabolic function, and behavior, among other things.