University of York, January 2023
MaryAnn will be joining the department of Psychology at the University of York as a Lecturer from January 2023. I am very excited to return to York, nearly 20 years after starting my undergraduate here!
River Learning Trust, November 2022
The lab contributed with the River Learning Trust enrichment day at Trinity College, Oxford. MaryAnn gave a lightening pitch to sixth form students on "Changing the world by being a teenager" in the Our World Symposium.
iF Oxford Science + Ideas Festival, October 2022
MaryAnn will be on the Q&A panel with other neuroscientists from the University of Oxford following the screening of this Oscar-winning 2013 sci-fi romance. The discussion will explore artificial intelligence, machine learning, and what it means to be human https://uppcinema.com/show/her-if-oxford/
iF Oxford Science + Ideas Festival, October 2020
The brain has written many stories and many are left to write. Across two events researchers, who have dedicated their working lives to telling the story of the brain, instead tell their own personal stories, a Neurotale, that reveal how the human element can influences science.
We are Hiring, May 2019
A full-time research assistant position is available for a highly motivated graduate to work on a programme of research in the Developmental Neuroscience research group, investigating the development of learning and decision strategies across adolescence, and the supporting brain mechanisms.
Application deadline: 10 June 2019 (noon).
Click here for more information.
Learning, Decision-Making, and the Adolescent Brain, February 2019
Research Assistant Maximilian Scheuplein authors an article for Oxford Medium talking about adolescence and why it is a particularly unique developmental period in terms of how we learn and make decisions. Check it out here.
iF Oxford Science + Ideas Festival, October 2018
Discover how children and adolescents learn and make decisions and help us to answer questions like:
Games, Brains, and More. For more information click here.
A big thanks to everyone who came along and helped us with our research!
It was fantastic to meet so many young scientists in the making.