Lab News

Read about what's been going on in the Mattingley Lab lately. Click on the images to see a larger version.

~ 2020 ~

Working from home

The Mattingley lab's experimental testing has been on hold this year, as we (and the rest of the world) work from home. On a whole the lab has adjusted well, embracing online testing platforms, international zoom journal clubs, twitter conferences, and the ability to finally get some writing done.

Claire is pictured here, practicing social distancing at the 2019 joint Mattingley and Dux lab retreat to Heron Island.

Shane Ehrhardt and Yohan Wards passed their PhD confirmations

Shane Ehrhardt and Yohan Wards, who are completing their PhDs at the School of Psychology under the joint supervision of Jason Mattingley and Paul Dux, both passed their PHD confirmations! Yohan is pictured here hanging out with a turtle on the 2019 joint Mattingley and Dux lab retreat to Heron Island.

Welcome back Emily McCann and Abbey Nydam

The Mattingley lab welcomes back to Alumni as research assistants this year. Abbey Nydam recently completed her PhD under the supervision of Paul Dux. She's pictured here on the joint Mattingley and Dux lab retreat to Binna Burra resort in 2018 (front). Emily McCann recently completed her honours year in the Mattingley lab.

Morgan McIntyre passed her Mid-Candidature Review

Morgan passed her PhD mid-candidature review without a hitch. Here she is pictured at the 2019 Mattingley lab retreat to Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef. One more year to go Morgan!

Welcome New Students!

The Mattingley lab welcomes a bunch of new students this year! We have four new PhD students:

Imogen Stead, who is starting her PhD after completing her honours thesis in the lab in 2018 and has been working as a research assistant with us for the past year. Rebecca West, who completed her honours thesis in the lab in 2017, and will be completing her PhD jointly through the Schools of education and Psychology. Sylvie Loneragan, who is new to the lab joins us from the School of Engineering, and Emily A-Izzeddin, who joins us from the School of Psychology and will be under the principle supervision of Dr Will Harrison.

We also have three new honours students this year; Sera Yoo, Mia Dear, and Dana Galligan are all completing their honours years through the School of Psychology. We wish them the best of luck!