Lab News

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

~ 2019 ~

Congratulations to Cooper Smout & Suzie Travis!

Cooper and Suzie both submitted their PhD theses at the end of 2019!! They're both taking a well deserved break, and we look forward to seeing what they get up to when they come back!

Congratulations to Emily for submitting her Honours Thesis!

October 2019

After a lot of hard work, Emily McCann submitted her honours thesis this month! Pictured here with he co-supervisor Claire on the Mattingley lab retreat.

Congratulations to Angela Renton

Wednesday 23 October 2019

Congratulations to Angela Renton who passed her PhD Mid-Candidature review (Milestone 2) today! She presented on her thesis topic "Neurofeedback investigations of perceptual processes" .

Congratulations to Will Harrison

Friday 27 09 2019

Congratulations to Will Harrison who was awarded a competitive travel award by the Centre for Integrative Brain Function to be used for domestic travel in the next year.

Lab Retreat to Heron Island

Wedneday 18 May 2018

The Mattingley Lab, along with the Dux Lab, escaped to Heron Island for the annual lab retreat! Snorkeling with rays, sharks, turtles, eels, and beautiful reef fish is a pretty good way to break up the work day.

Thanks to Roxanne Jemison for compiling a comprehensive report documenting the trip, along with a summary of each lab member's research, a guide on "how to write an honours thesis", an introduction to BIDS formatting, and a photo gallery. This can be found here.

PhD Student Writing Retreat Byron Bay

Monday 29 April 2019

The Mattingley Lab PhD students, Suzie Travis, Cooper Smout, Morgan McIntyre, and Angie Renton, all retreated to Byron Bay for a productive week of writing with a beautiful beach backdrop.

Congratulations to Cooper Smout

Wednesday 20 March 2019

Congratulations to Cooper Smout who passed his PhD Thesis Review (Milestone 3) today! His presentation: "Great Expectations: Neural dynamics of prediction and attention in perception".

Congratulations to Susie Travis

Tuesday 19 February 2019

Congratulations to Susie Travis who passed her PhD Thesis Review (Milestone 3) today. Her presentation was very well received.

Congratulations to Morgan McIntyre

Wednesday 30 January 2019

Congratulations to Morgan McIntyre who passed her PhD Confirmation (Milestone 1) today. She gave an excellent presentation on her PhD topic: "Cognitive and Neural Processes Underlying Complex Decision Making".