Roger W. Strong, PhD
Research Fellow, Laboratory for Brain and Cognitive Health Technology
- Research Fellow in Psychiatry
Roger W. Strong, PhD, is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Laboratory for Brain and Cognitive Health Technology, supervised by Dr. Laura Germine. He uses web-based assessment to investigate how physical and mental health conditions impact cognition, mood, and behavior.
Dr. Strong completed his graduate work—investigating hemifield-specific attention—in the Harvard Vision Sciences Lab working with Dr. George Alvarez. His research interests include understanding attention (the process of prioritizing important information), as well as using simulation techniques to optimize experimental design.
Education & Training
- 2012 BS in Neuroscience, Washington and Lee University
- 2019 PhD in Psychology, Harvard University