Wiley invites qualified individuals to apply for the position of Editor-in-Chief of Developmental Psychobiology

Wiley invites qualified individuals to apply for the position of
Editor-in-Chief of Developmental Psychobiology
Developmental Psychobiology is an international, peer-reviewed journal. It publishes original research and review
articles on all aspects of psychobiology research, spanning studies with human and non-human populations with an
emphasis on understanding the links between biology, neuroscience, and behavior during development. The
successful candidate for the position of Editor-in-Chief will be recognized internationally for their achievements in this area and have a good track record of publications and presentations at conferences. The candidate will also
have an extensive international network of contacts, so that the profile of the Journal can continue to be developed. The ideal candidate will be skilled in diplomacy, networking, and written and verbal communication.

Robust Developmental EEG Practices from Collection to Analysis Workshop Sponsored by MagstimEGI – Watch On-Demand

Robust Developmental EEG Practices from Collection to Analysis Workshop
Sponsored by MagstimEGI – Wednesday November 10th, 1:00 – 2:30 PM Chicago Time, now On-Demand.
Presenters: Laurel Joy Gabard-Durnam, PhD, Northeastern University, Boston, United States and Trey Avery, Ph.D., Magstim / EGI

This workshop addresses how to collect and analyze high-density EEG in developmental populations with Magstim EGI systems and the Harvard Automated Processing Pipeline for Electroencephalography (HAPPE) software. Current best practices and strategies to promote robust, standardized data collection and analysis will be emphasized. Participants will be guided through processing publicly available developmental Magstim EGI data or their own data through HAPPE 2.0 software for resting-state EEG (HAPPE pipeline) and ERP analyses (HAPPE+ER pipeline). The workshop is suitable for both novice and experienced EEG users.

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2021 David Kucharski Young Investigator Award, Maya Opendak, Ph.D.

Dr. Opendak is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Kennedy Krieger Institute. Research in the lab focuses on the developmental neurobiology of social behavior and the impact of experience, such as trauma, on infant circuits supporting complex behavior.

2021 David Kucharski Young Investigator Award, Kathryn Leigh Humphreys, Ph.D., Ed.M.

Dr. Kathryn Humphreys is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and Human Development at Peabody and an investigator in the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center. She is a member of the Vanderbilt Brain Institute, and holds a secondary faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Prior to coming to Vanderbilt, Dr. Humphreys received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, completed a clinical predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowship in Infant Mental Health at the Tulane University School of Medicine, and completed a research postdoctoral followship at Stanford University.