During her graduate studies, Michelle focused on studying a rare condition called synaesthesia. Her experimental assays on time-space synaesthesia have been published in top tier journals such as Cortex and the Journal of Neuropsychology. After her productive time at Waterloo, Michelle completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Alan Kingstone at the University of British Columbia. Michelle is currently an Assistant Professor at MacKewan University.
During his time at Waterloo, Todd investigated rodent models of cognition (primarily memory and spatial navigation). After obtaining his Ph.D. Todd did a post doc at the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (University of Toronto). Currently Todd is investigating how medial temporal lobe abnormalities may contribute to Schizophrenia and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He is also conducting fascinating research on multimodal hallucinations that accompany sleep paralysis. Todd is an associate professor at Ryerson University.