Welcome! Here at the University of Waterloo, the Fernandes lab investigates the cognitive and neural factors that influence our ability to encode and remember the past. Her research program aims to gain an understanding of the processes and brain mechanisms that allow us to remember things. Together with her students, she investigates how memory changes as we age, individual differences in memory abilities, and which factors that can help or hinder memory.
Below is a video highlighting the Fernandes Lab and current students:
Our Research Methods include:
- Measuring performance on paper & pencil tasks
- Assessing memory performance using computer programs
- Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
- Neuropsychological studies
We also conduct research aimed at understanding how the process of aging affects our cognition and memory capabilities.
If you would like to find our more about participating in studies on aging, please visit the Waterloo Research in Aging Participant Pool (WRAP).
Check out our video clip entitled, "Memory in Aging" for highlights of some of our research in aging, as it was featured on television’s CTV Kitchener: ProvinceWide.
Interested in APPLYING to work as an Undergraduate or Graduate Student in the Fernandes Lab? Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fernandes Lab: the Mind, the Brain, the Science
Rm. 4236, Psychology, Anthropology & Sociology (PAS) Building
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
Dr. Fernandes Phone 888-4567 ext 42142;
Lab/Waterloo Research in Aging (WRAP) Phone 888-4567 ext 37776