Mohammad Nazmus Sakib, PhD (UWaterloo), MSc (UManitoba), MBBS (Dhaka)
Nazmus is a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Public Health Sciences (Health Neuroscience and Cognitive Epidemiology) and foreign trained physician from Bangladesh. His research interests involve reciprocal relationships between adiposity and brain health, as well as neuromodulation technologies. Outside of the lab, he enjoys cycling, traveling and watching movies.
Jessica Lee is a second year PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience and is currently supported by an NSERC doctoral award. Her research interests involve the neurobiological underpinnings of psychopathy. In her spare time, she enjoys doing martial arts and trying not to fall off rollerblades.
Alkarim is a second year MSc student in the School of Public Health Sciences (Social Neuroscience and Public Health). He also completed his undergraduate degree in Health Studies at the University of Waterloo. His research interests include social neuroscience: brain-environment interaction pathways, cancer care: quality and safety, and health systems: performance evaluation. His other interests include technology and automation, weight lifting, and spending far to much time spoiling his dog, Bear.
Anna Hudson, PhD
Anna Hudson completed her PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience/Developmental Psychology here at the University of Waterloo. Her research interests involve examining cortical and behavioural indices of self-referential processing and attention across the lifespan. Outside of the lab, she enjoys horseback riding, travelling, and either relaxing at home or spending time with friends.