Dr. Cogan's research focuses on speech, language, and cognition. This research uses a variety of analytic techniques (e.g. neural power analysis, connectivity measures, decoding algorithms) and focuses mainly on invasive human recordings (electrocorticography - ECoG) but also uses non-invasive methods such as EEG, MEG, and fMRI. Dr. Cogan is also interested in studying cognitive systems in the context of disease models to help aid recovery and treatment programs.
Education and Training
- Queens University, B.A. 2004
- University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom), M.Sc. 2006
- University of Maryland, College Park, Ph.D. 2011
- Duke University, Post Doctoral Research Associate, Department Of Biomedical Engineering