Our main focus of research is to use EEG/ERP, fNIRS, DTI and fMRI methods to examine the neural correlates of human attention, emotion, memory, imagery and action.

We are currently investigating the neural circuitry of emotion-attention interactions and resting state phenomena with simultaneous fMRI/EEG recording: fMRI compatible EEG/ERP

We are interested in studying crossmodal links on human performance including simulated driving: driving in fMRI mock-up. This work includes the study of social factors on driving behaviour in simulated and real-car scenarios.

We are also investigating a non-pharmacological therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on at risk populations of youth, and adults with mental health disorders.