Craig Stark

Position Title
Professor, Neurobiology and Behavior
James L. McGaugh Chair in Neurobiology of Learning & Memory
Director, Facility for Imaging and Brain Research
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Craig Stark, Ph.D.'s research investigates the neural bases of human long-term memory. He uses functional neuroimaging, experimental psychology, neuropsychological studies of amnesic patients, and studies of aging and dementia to investigate how the neural systems supporting these various types of memory operate and interact. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the human hippocampus and other components of the medial temporal lobe.


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