Geoffrey F. Woodman
I am a cognitive neuroscientist studying how we selectively process and store information. My research uses electrophysiological (single- and multi-unit recordings, recordings of local-field potentials, and event-related potentials), behavioral, and brain stimulation methods to understand how the brains of human and nonhuman primates implement selective processing and cognitive control.
I am currently an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University in the Psychology Department and the Neuroscience program. I am currently Director of Graduate Studies in Psychology. I am a member of the Vanderbilt Vision Research Center (co-Director of the T32 from NEI), and the Center for Integrative & Cognitive Neuroscience.