After The Paper: What Drawings Reveal about Memory

Dr. Bainbridge has written a blog post for Nature on how “drawings can be a meaningful and objective method to measure the information in a memory”. The post discusses her recent work, like the boundary extension and aphantasia studies, that use a drawing...

Feature in UChicago News: Aphantasia

Dr. Bainbridge’s recent work on congenital aphantasia, the inability to form voluntary visual imagery, has been featured in UChicago News! In the article, she discusses the large-scale aphantasia study recently published in Cortex and how it “adds to a...

1 Year Lab Anniversary!

Today is the 1 year anniversary of the Brain Bridge Lab! During the year, we’ve had 3 Master’s students, 3 summer interns, and 4 undergraduate research assistants join the lab to work on exciting research projects. We’ve also recently submitted 7...

New Paper in Cerebral Cortex!

Dr. Bainbridge, along with her collaborators Elizabeth Hall and Dr. Chris Baker, has published “Distinct Representational Structure and Localization for Visual Encoding and Recall during Visual Imagery” in Cerebral Cortex. In this paper, they demonstrate...