Bio

Bio

Education

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

S.B., 1977, Metallurgy and Materials Science
S.B., 1977, Philosophy

Harvard University

Ph.D., 1983, Experimental Psychology

MIT and Boston University School of Medicine

Postdoctoral studies, 1983-1985, Neuropsychology

Professional History

Carnegie Mellon University

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor of Psychology, 1985-1992

University of Pennsylvania

Walter H. Annenberg Professor in Natural Sciences, 2006-present
Professor of Psychology, 1992-present
Secondary appointments in Neurology (1992-present), Graduate School of Education (2012-present), and Medical Ethics and Health Policy (2015-present)
Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, 1999-2010
Director, Center for Neuroscience & Society, 2009-present

Selected Honors

Elected fellow of: Hastings Center for Bioethics (2014), American Association for the Advancement of Science (2007), Association for Psychological Science (2007), Society of Experimental Psychologists (2005), Cognitive Science Society (2002)

Science Educator Award, Society for Neuroscience (2013)

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2010)

William James Fellow (Lifetime Achievement Award), Association for Psychological Science (2008)

John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1995)

Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology, American Psychological Association  (1992)

Troland Award, National Academy of Sciences (1992)

 

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