Kirsten Gillette

Lab Manager (Duke)


I graduated from Emory University in 2022 with a B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology. I am currently an Associate in Research for the Cabeza lab at Duke University, where I also work with Dr. Simon Davis. I previously studied canine cognition as well as clinical implementation of resting state fMRI. 

Boerwinkle, V., Schor, N., Slomine, B., Molteni, E., Ramirez, J., Rasmussen, L., Wyckoff, S., Gonzalez, M., Gillette, K., Schober, M., Wainwright, M., Suarez., J. Proceedings of the First Pediatric Coma and Disorders of Consciousness Symposium by the Curing Coma Campaign, Pediatric Neurocritical Care Research Group, and NINDS: Gearing for Success in Coma Advancements for Children and Neonates. 
Gillette, K., Phillips, E., Dilks, D., and Berns, G. Using Live and Video Stimuli to Localize Face & Object Processing Regions of the Canine Brain. 
Phillips, E., Gillette, K., Dilks, D., and Berns, G. Through a Dog’s Eyes: fMRI Decoding of Naturalistic Videos from Dog Cortex.